If you are wondering about how particular parts of the Car work, then this series of videos will give you the information ...
The EJ200 Typhoon jet engine's nozzle is key to getting reheat (aka afterburners). The titanium petals open and close to manage the airflow, generating the trust to reach supersonic speeds.
The electronic systems are are the lifeblood of the car. In a state-of-the-art racing car with three engines, three braking systems and over 500 sensors, the electrical systems are key. Systems Technician Milton explains the wiring loom in the cockpit.
BLOODHOUND SSC uses an astonishing 16,000 rivets in its construction, but how have they developed over the centuries they've been used? [with music by Al Lethbridge].
Take a look at our latest animation featuring Nammo rocket engines which have a Jaguar powered fuel pump lubricated by Castrol EDGE, and Parker assisted airbrakes.
BLOODHOUND Dirver Andy Green takes you on a tour of the cockpit.
The state-of-the-art carbon fibre monocoque has been tailored to the needs of driver Andy Green and will be his supersonic office during record attempts in the South African desert in 2015 and 2016.
BLOODHOUND's Driver, Andy Green, shows you around his 1,000mph office.
Andy has drawn on his experience of flying fast jets and driving World Land Speed Record winners Thrust SSC and JCB Dieselmax to design the dashboard and cockpit layout. Good ergonomics are vital given that BLOODHOUND SSC will cover a mile in 3.6 seconds, or 150m in the (300 millisecond) blink of an eye.
This episode of Cisco Bloodhound TV illustrates the construction sequence of the lower chassis. It shows exactly how BLOODHOUND SSC's chassis was built, glued, riveted, bonded ...
Cisco Bloodhound TV visited product sponsor Otto Fuchs in Germany to see the first stage of the 1000mph wheels being forged from aluminium
Meet Bloodhound SSC's stress analyst Roland, and find out how he makes sure the parts of the car are both strong and light.