This souped-up Peterbilt Semi sports not one but three Pratt & Whitney J34-48 jet engines, the same type used in the US Navy’s T2 Buckeye training aircraft. Arranged in a triangular formation at the rear of the truck, each jet puts out a staggering 12,000-horsepower for a total output of 36,000hp and 19,000 pounds of static thrust.
Alright, how fast will it go?
Guinness World Records clocked Shockwave at a screaming 376mph. Even more shocking, it’ll cover a standing quarter mile in just six and a half seconds. Not too shabby considering the truck weighs about 7,000 pounds.
And the picture worth a thousand words (or less):