Latest Lifestyle News: Hennessey Break the Speed Barrier

November 13, 2017 S. Liu

Latest Lifestyle News: Hennessey Break the Speed Barrier

In recent years Hennessey Performance and Bugatti have been locked in a perpetual battle for the mantle of the world’s fastest road car.

Now it seems that Hennessey have nudged ahead of their competitors with the unveiling of the Venom F5 Hypercar, which according to its makers accelerates all the way to an eye-popping 301 miles per hour. You can read a full review of the Venon F5 in today’s newsletter.

Elsewhere this week, there’s news from the world of artificial intelligence after the luxurious Mandarin Oriental hotel in Las Vegas introduced its own AI robot that is able to interact with guests from its position on the 23rd floor.

Many people in the know believe that it won’t be long before humanoid robots are part and parcel of our everyday lives, and this is perhaps the latest evidence of that being the case.

There’s also reports on the lavish Aston Martin AM7S powerboat that was recently showcased at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in Florida, and beautiful new timepieces by luxury watchmakers Jaquet Droz, Montblanc, as well as French fashion house Louis Vuitton.

In other news, British carmakers McLaren Automotive were recently in the limelight at the Zurich Auto Show where they unveiled their 570S Spider & 720S models, while the Park Hyatt luxury hotel brand has introduced its first property in the Caribbean at the stunning Christophe Harbour development.

That’s all for now. Until next time, enjoy our newsletter and have a wonderful week.

Latest Lifestyle News: Hennessey Break the Speed Barrier

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