Hennessey’s insane Jeep Gladiator also sports a 6.5-inch lift kit, new shocks and 37-inch tires.
Hennessey’s Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is quicker on paper, but the McLaren 720S has an impressive record.
Gone is the Demon’s loud supercharger in favor a custom twin-turbo kit that adds 560 HP more.
Production of Hennessey’s Chevrolet Camaro Resurrection is limited to 24 and pricing starts at $200,000.
The high-performance Jeep pickup has a 6-inch lift kit and a supercharged Hellcat V8 with 1,000 hp.
The tuned Corvette ZR1 has 1200 hp while the McLaren makes do with 710, at least officially, but even so, it managed to put up a good fight.
Bugatti’s top speed Chiron prototype was 40 mph faster than the Chiron Sport.
Hennessey wants to go one step further with the Venom F5 and steal the record from Bugatti.
The range-topping Venom 1200 will have 440 hp more than the standard Shelby GT500.
Hennessey’s F-150 VelociRaptor uses a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 that pumps out 758 HP.
Massive levels of power are on the horizon for the new Mustang Shelby GT500.
Can the Italian supercar hold its own against the Texas tuner’s monstrous Corvette ZR1?.
C8, what C8? Better take a look at this crazy ‘Vette ZR1 instead.
Hennessey is behind the power upgrade and the smoky show was performed at the owner’s request.
The Cadillac Escalade becomes the ultimate sleeper with over 800 on tap.
The Maximus has a Hellcat V8 with 1,000 hp and 933 lb-ft of torque. Production is limited to 24 trucks.
Hennessey Performance has also created and even even crazier ZR1 package with 1200 hp.
Hennessey will consider building an F5 Roadster only after deliveries of the Coupe start in 2020.
The Venom F5 sports a twin-turbo, 7.6-liter V8 and should hit 300 mph in less than 10 seconds.
This McLaren Senna delivers 724 hp and 627 lb-ft to the ground through its rear wheels.