Remember last week's Corvette C7? Well, here is another Hennessey brainchild. An HPE500 upgrade once again but this time on a Lexus LX 570 SUV. Better hide the kids because this one's a bit of a brute.
Let's cut to the chase: 500 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. How have they done that? With a big TVS supercharger of cou
Hennessey do not fool around when it comes to sheer engine power. Take the 2014 Corvette C7 for example. With an added punch from the company's HPE kits, these Stingrays vary in power to up to 1000 hp. A total number of 500 units is planned
This one here has an HPE500 kit which means it is as true to the original as it can be. Still, Hennessey's work is evident when we look at the stainless steel long-tube exhaust manifolds, and the stainless steel midpipes, the installed high flow catalytic converters, and the
Here's a video of a Hennessey C7 Corvette going pretty briskly in a straight line. In fact, Hennessey say that this is the first ever 2014 Corvette Stingray to break the 200 mph mark. How much did it achieve? 200.6 mph.
It is an impressive achievement on its own, but if we compare it to the recent GEMBALLA run, it all becomes quite awkward. The 700 hp Panamera-based GTP did crack the 211 mph threshold without being on a diet or anything (a bit over two tonnes as you would find it on the street). The not-weighing
Hennessey Performance has revealed their latest project based on the best sports car in the world – Ferrari 458 Italia Spider. As you may suggest , the tuner added significant amount of power as well as some styling upgrades.
The 4.5 liter V8 is boosted to 738HP (543 kW) at 8,400RPM and 720Nm (532 lb-ft) of to
Hennessey Performance has jus exclusively disclosed the first details around their new project on the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7. The project has been teased with two images, revealing how the car will look like.
Corvette Stingray is equipped with LT1 6.2-liter V-8 unit, which produces 460 hp (338 kW) and delivers an enhanced improved fuel economy. But obviously this wasn’t enough for Hennessey Performance specialists.
Hennessey Performance (HPE) has just revealed their first and extremely successful modification on VelociRaptor SUV. The vehicle is based on the Ford F-150 Raptor and it is entirely transformed to a full-sized SUV with seating for up to 8 people.
This means that the VelociRaptor SUV offers more seats and space. All of the factory Ford Raptor truck components and systems are kept in tact. What powers this HPE model is the same 6.2L Ford V8 engine which delivers 411 horsepower (302 kW). However, the tuning brand h
Hennessey has published a new video showing the mighty tuned Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 running a ¼ mile drag race.
The big SUV is equipped with HPE 650 package meaning 650HP (485 kW), instead of factory’s 470HP (350 kW). The result is thanks to ported cylinder heads, a custom air intake, a TVS2300 supercharger
Hennessey Performance has announced the MaxBoost445 Performance Upgrade for the 2013 Ford Taurus SHO. The result is 445HP (327 kW) and 515Nm (379 lb-ft) of torque on the engine.
Originally, the 3.5 liter V6 EcoBoost delivers 365H (272 kW) and 475Nm (350 lb-ft) of torque. The tuned Ford Taurus SHO does 0-100 km/h in 4.3 seconds and a ¼ mile in just 12.8 seconds with 175 km/h (109 mph) terminal speed.
MaxBoost 445 Upgrade for the Taurus SHO Includes:
• Hennessey Dual Cold Air Induc
Hennessey Venom GT has managed to hit sensational speed of 427.6 km/h (265.7 mph) on the runway at the Lemoore Naval Air Station in California on February 9th. This means, that it is officially fastest than Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which is limited to “just” 415 km/h (258 mph).
However, the Veyron Super Sport still stands in Guinness Records as the “fastest production car” in the world with 431.072 km/h (268 mph). This won’t stop John Hennessey, who has always wanted to steal
Hennessey Performance (HPE) has broken two sensational Guinness records. The first one is “Fastest Production Car from 0 - 300 km/h” and the second “Fastest Production Car from 0 – 200 mph”. The “tool” was a street-legal Venom GT supercar.
The acceleration time was an average of two runs made in opposite directions within one hour and validated by a VBox 3i GPS-based data logging system. VBox officials were on hand to certify
Hennessey has released a new clip, where their Venom GT does 370 km/h. The acceleration is sensational. The small car is way faster than Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport.
Venom GT is based on Lotus Exige, but with enormous twin-turbo 6.2 liter V8 with whopping 1217PS (895 kW) and 1564Nm (1155 lb-ft). The engine is mated to a 6-speed Ricardo manual gearbox. The car weighs just 1220kg (2585 lbs), so the performance is more like a level 5 twister. 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 443
Hennessey Venom GT2 in Arctic White is the latest addition in the fleet of vehicles of Hennessey Performance. Thanks to its 7.0L twin turbo V8 engine, this Venom produces the almost incomprehensible 1500 horsepower on E85 pump fuel.
This means that it has 1.2 bhp per kilogram of curb weight (2743 lbs). In addition, the mighty engine requires mighty speed results. Here the projected top speed is of 287 mph. For smoother and effortless driving,
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