Nice ride, no?
This is the Venom GT made by US supercar company Hennessey.
The 1,244 horsepower Venom GT - which starts at $600,000 - just set a new world record for the fastest two-seater sports car in the world - clocking an awesome 270.49mph.
The run took place on February 14 on the space shuttle landing runway at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Behind the wheel of the Venom, which is described as 'a modified Lotus Exige', was Brian Smith, an experienced race driver, former Michelin tire test engineer, and director of Miller Motorsport.
Although Hennessey claim the Venom GT as the world's fastest supercar, you won't find it in the Guinness Book of Records, as its limited run of only 29 cars (11 produced to date) falls short of the 30 needed to qualify as a 'production car' for Guinness.
As well as that, you need to run in both directions (which takes winds into account) to qualify for the official record, and the Venom's Valentine's Day spin was in one direction only.
Still though, 270mph isn't to be sniffed at.
Find out more about the record-breaking car here