Here at How it Works, we love breathtaking speed. For that reason we were mega excited when we saw these amazing images of the Bloodhound, a car bidding to break the 1,000mph barrier.
Costing a whopping £10 million to build, the Bristol based rocket powered car is made out of carbon fibre and an aluminium honeycomb core to make it both strong and lightweight.
The Bloodhound took a reported 10,000 hours to design and construct and will be put to action in 2015 in its attempt to make history.
All images credit Siemens NX and infographic credited to BLOODHOUND Project