Venom Motors

[size=160]Venom Motors - Automotive Innovation since 1936[/size]

Founded in 1936 (as “Venom Automobile”) by Maximilian Reed and John K. Kharum, Venom Motors has continued to innovate in the automotive industry through the present day. After releasing their first model, the Type-1 Sedan, in 1940, Venom has released over seventy different models in over 130 countries. Wow!

[size=80]Released in late 1940, the Type-1 Sedan was one of the most advanced cars of its time. Featuring an innovative dual-carburetor design and a radical open-front, the Type-1 was immensely successful.[/size]

Originally penned as an “affordable luxury” marque, Venom made its name selling mid-high end sedans and coupes that offered top-of-the-line comfort, stability, and sportiness and an affordable price.
Upon the death of found John K. Kharum in July of 1954, Maximilian Reed’s son Oliver Reed took ownership of the company and moved it in an entirely new direction (including actually refounding the company as Venom Motors, shedding the old name “Venom Automobile”). From the 50s all the way through the 90s, Venom focused on pushing the boundaries of what a car could do, whether that meant numbers on a spec sheet or lap times on the track. Flagship models like the 600HP Venom Pyrite of the 60s, 700HP Venom Pyrite II of the late 70s, and the “pocket rocket” MR Venom Spectre of the 90s continued to push the limits of commercial automobiles.
When Maximilian’s grandson Justinian Reed inherited the company in 1999, Venom was reinvented again as a top-line marque specializing in extreme performance. From the flagship Venom Blueshift pushing a top speed of over 270 miles per hour to the smaller Venom Streak boasting an almost unrivaled 0-60 time of 3.3 seconds, Venom continues to break automobile records time and time again, and certainly isn’t going to stop any time soon.

[size=200]Current model: Venom Blueshift[/size]

The Venom Blueshift is a new model introduced in 2014. It features a midship engine layout and full-time all wheel drive.

Featuring aggressive styling and even more aggressive performance, the Blueshift rightfully takes its place as the flagship model of Venom Studios (replacing the 2004-2013 Venom Cerberus).

Underneath the Blueshift is the next evolution of the Venom 8X engine platform, the 8X55T. A 5.5 liter twin-turbo V8, the 8X55T is the most powerful engine in Venom history at over 1000 horsepower at the wheels.

With a top speed of over 270 miles per hour and going from 0-62 in less than three seconds, the Blueshift is the fastest Venom yet.

Introduced in early 2014, the Blueshift represents the next step for Venom Motors.

But don’t take our word for it.
Look at the numbers for yourself:

The Venom Motors Blueshift is the fastest Venom in history, and one of the fastest in the world. And with an MSRP starting at $400,000, you can own you very own Blueshift today!

[size=200]Current model: Venom Streak[/size]

The Venom Streak is a new model introduced in mid-2014. It features a midship engine layout and a compact design.

Featuring a maximization of utility in a small package, the Streak is a pocket-sized supercar.

Powering the rear wheels of the Streak is the latest generation Venom 4XJ engine platform, the 4XJ2014T. A 4.3 liter turbocharged straight-four engine, the 4XJ2014T delivers almost four hundred horsepower while maximizing fuel efficiency and sportiness.

With a top speed of over 170 miles per hour and a 0-62 time of less than four seconds, the Streak offers Venom-class performance despite its small size and low price.

Released in mid 2014, the Streak represents an evolution of the compact supercar.

But pictures can only go so far.
Let the numbers speak for themselves:

The Venom Motors Streak redefines what a compact sports car can accomplish. And with a low starting price of only $180,000 for the Basic model, it’s the most affordable supercar on the market.

[size=200]Legacy model: Venom Macabre (1982-1988)[/size]

The Venom Macabre was a model produced by Venom Motors in the model years 1982 through 1988.

It was notable for being the first mid-engine layout vehicle produced by the company, and also for its aggressive performance for such a small size.

The Macabre was powered by a specially designed small-block V8, known as the 8MR82. At the wheels, the Macabre had about 350 horsepower. The engine was unofficially known in-house as “the Orphan” because it was the first Venom Motors engine in decades that didn’t derive from a previous design.

The car was also very light, weighing it at under 1000kg. This, in addition to its short wheelbase, made it a very nimble car. Although not as powerful as the Venom FR powerhouses of the time, the Macabre was much quicker around a track, and became a fan favorite for track racing.

Although discontinued in 1988, the Macabre is a timeless design and left a legacy that lasts up until today. It gave birth to a long line of V8-powered MR sports cars, including the Macabre II, Macabre III, and eventually the Spirit concept and the Blueshift. It served as the starting point for a long line of mid engine vehicles which would eventually come to dominate Venom Motors designs.

At the time of launch in late 1981, the Macabre had a base price of $60,000 ($148,000 in today’s dollars), which contributed to its mainstream success.

[size=200]Legacy model: Venom Cerberus (2004-2014)[/size]

The Venom Cerberus was the flagship Venom model between 2004 and 2014.

It represented the culmination of a long line of Venom V8-powered FR supercars.

The Cerberus was powered by the then-next-generation Venom big-block V8 engine, known as the 8F70TT.

With over 760 horsepower, the Cerberus was one of the fastest Venoms in history. It was capable of going from 0-60 in less than 4.5 seconds, and had a top speed of over 240 miles per hour.

When it debuted in 2004, it was the fastest Venom car in history. To this day it still remains as one of the most powerful Venoms ever.

The Cerberus had aggressive styling to match its aggressive performance, completely throwing away all aspects of subtlety in the design.

Its 7.0 liter 768-horsepower V8 was one of the largest and most powerful ever in a Venom machine.

But don’t listen to us ramble on about it.
Let the numbers speak for themselves:

The Cerberus launched at only $100,000 ($126,000 in today’s dollars), which no doubt contributed to its amazing success. Only being replaced this year, the Cerberus stood at the top of the Venom line for over ten years.

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