Hennessey’s Supercharged HPE750 Dripping In Carbon

7H1A1791Hennessey Performance is no stranger to pushing the limits of what a production vehicle can achieve. Breaking down the 200 mph wall by modifying production cars is one of Hennessey’s claims to fame, with the 2016 Ford Mustang GT HPE750 being no different. This very capable car received a makeover both under the hood and on the exterior, resulting in a beautiful balance of power and looks.

7H1A1746Featuring a 2.9-liter blower strapped atop the production Coyote engine, it pumps out 774 hp and 648 lb-ft of torque. The result is a hellacious supercharger whine from under the hood that is sure to curdle the blood of any Z06 owner, and a top speed of 202 mph.

Also offered with the HPE750 is a sleek and tasteful CarbonAero exterior package that takes this high-performance Ford to the next level. The added front splitter, side skirts, and rear lip spoiler flow perfectly with the body lines of the S550. Delivering a stylish and lightweight surface that enhances the body’s ability to cut through the air at breakneck speeds. The CarbonAero package Utilizes the same aerodynamic technology and research that is present in the Hennessey Venom GT.


This particular HPE750 is also equipped with an upgraded coil-over suspension, custom lightweight Hennessy H10 wheels, and power-hauling Brembo brakes..

With power, aero, and performance, the HPE750 looks to be another incredible car in the Hennessey vehicle lineup.

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Justen Spencer

Justen is a Ford modular motor fanatic with seven years of professional drag racing experience, and multiple championship seasons in NMCA West and PSCA. Originally from Las Vegas, he is the proud owner of four Mustangs, one that sees regular track time. When not racing, Justen can be found in the garage maintaining his championship-winning car.
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