The current land speed record is 763mph. This car is aiming to do 1,000mph. Yep.
That record was set nearly 20 years ago in 1997 by another British car. But it's safe to say that the Bloodhound car will blow that record out of the water. Or the, er, land.
The team behind the car's production have been working on the project for eight years, and are aiming for an initial 800mph, but the eventual aim will be to push 1,000mph. The team will eventually try to set the new record in South Africa, mid-2016.
The car itself will be on show in London's Canary Wharf, with "95% of the finished project" available to be seen, according to the BBC.
The vehicle achieves the dramatic speed due to it's aerodynamics, the use of rockets and super-thin rubber wheels.