The Bloodhound Project is an international education initiative, inspiring the next generation about science, engineering, maths and technology, focused around a 1,000 mph World Land Speed Record attempt. The jet and rocket powered Bloodhound Supersonic Car made its debut on November 17th 2015, when the team held a 200mph trial at Newquay Aerohub in Cornwall. Further tests in South Africa, in Summer 2016, will determine when the car will be ready to attempt its 1000mph World Land Speed Record. To mark this event Corgi has created a miniature version of the Bloodhound SSC in its current livery. Product Features: Length, 13.4 metres. Weight, 7,725kg. Design Speed, 1,050mph. 0-1000mph, 55 seconds. Length of track, 12 miles. Current speed record, 763mph. The Corgi Bloodhound includes: 1x Corgi Die Cast Model. Suitable for children aged 3 years and up.