Steven Tyler Picks Up A Hennessey Venom GT Spyder Worth $1.1 Million

Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler just stepped up his car game big time. Steven was spotted checking out his new black Hennessey Venom GT Spyder after it was delivered this weekend. The 1,244hp twin-turbo 7.0-liter V8 supercar worth $1.1 million is the worlds fastest convertible accelerating to 200mph in just 15.9 seconds. Steven actually asked Hennessey if they could build the car as a roadster specifically for him and they did. Only five Venom GTs will be built this year but none of them will be built as roadsters so it’s safe to say Steven Tyler just became the man to beat when it comes to the celebrity car game. Would you ever spend over 1 million dollars on a car??

Steven Tyler Hennessey Venom GT

Steven Tyler Hennessey Venom GT Spyder

Steven Tyler Hennessey Venom GT Spyder

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13 Responses to Steven Tyler Picks Up A Hennessey Venom GT Spyder Worth $1.1 Million

  1. manuka says:

    Wow. I’m kinda impressed!

  2. bank$ says:

    For that kind of money I would way rather have:
    1) aston martin one-77
    2) bugatti grand sport
    3) koenigsegg agara R
    all 3 are 10x better looking vehicles inside and out.

  3. @KylinJohnson says:

    i agree with @banks except for choice number 3

  4. @KylinJohnson says:

    i agree with @bank$ except for choice number 3

  5. Lala says:

    Yeah, I agree, there are much better cars for that kind of money or even less…

  6. William says:

    I disagree, all of the cars mentioned above in the comment are all more expensive than this Venom GT, well if you wanna pay more money for any of those cars.(Not that we could actually afford it) is fine.

  7. A.K says:

    @bank$ all these cars are more expensive. Nonetheless, I’d get anything but this for that price. It looks really ugly!

  8. Ty says:

    It really is not a looker. To me it looks like a stretched out exige or elise (they all look alike, whichever was the base car). The wheelbase is ridiculous. I get it, you need that for such speed but it sure looks funny. And the interior is too spartan for a million dollar car that the owner I suppose would like to drive often.

  9. search41 says:

    where does the rear license plate mount ? it is a streched out lotus.

    jay leno had john hennessy on “leno’s garage” and they showcased a similiar car that hennessy built. he uses the lotus as a base.

  10. Phantom says:

    It looks like a lotus on roids…

  11. Zero 1 says:

    No, but if I was going to I would spend it on a Pagani Huayra or Zonda. Pagani in my opinion is the only company that really makes a car art as well as perform brilliantly.

    A lot of these cars now are too concerned with getting the most power they can with the least amount of weight. 99% of the people who drive them are never going to get them anywhere near their limits on a track or even a public road.

    Depending on the situation too much power can be just as bad as not enough. They say this car can put it’s power down in 3rd gear full throttle coming off of the turns at Willow Springs, but I have a hard time believing that if it’s in the power band (on street tires) and I have an even harder time believing a majority of these kinds of cars customers even do that sort of thing.

    Free country though and hey, must be nice to blow $1,000,000 on something you’re probably never going to max out on a track.

    Nice car.

  12. Zero 1 says:


    Personally if I had $1,000,000 + to spend I would spend less on the upfront cost of the car and then go racing with it. You can have a lot more fun for 1/10 of that on a race track in a car that has no where near the power to weight ratio of this car.

    Formula E karting is a great example of this: 0-60 in 2.5 seconds 0-100 in 5.4 seconds. Over 2Gs of cornering capabilities and no suspension. Cost: $10-50k USD.

    You could do a hell of a lot with the $950,000 you save and at the end of the day you’ll go faster than any of the 3 cars mentioned above around pretty much any race track in the world.

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