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SSC confesses it didn’t actually break the 300-mph barrier after all

SSC confesses it didn’t actually break the 300-mph barrier after all
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It’s official. The Shelby Supercar (SSC) Tuatara did not – I repeat, did not – break the 300-mph mark like the company previously claimed it had. But it’s still not done trying. 

SSC’s journey to and above the 300-mph mark has been marred with setbacks and controversy. First, in October of 2020, the company filmed what it said was a record run, but after YouTubers tore the footage apart, it admitted there had been and the car had not in fact reached the 331-mph (532-km/h) mark. 
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