Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) is expanding its lineup of modified Ram TRX monster trucks with the 2021 Mammoth 1000. According to Hennessey, its latest creation “brings all other trucks to their knees” (except the gargantuan Hennessey Mammoth 6x6, of course) with a combination of blistering pace, a high-strung supercharged V8 engine, and impressive all-conquering, all-terrain capabilities.
Unbeknownst to many, the new Hennessey Venom F5 is not only meant to break speed records. Interestingly, the Venom F5 is the brand’s gift for its 30th anniversary next year. Most recently, Hennessey Performance unveiled the production Venom F5 for all the world to see. And as expected, the Texas-based tuner and supercar builder is leaving no stones unturned for its latest creation.
Many Ford fans are looking forward to the 2021 F-150 pickup. The truck is all-new, and the tuners at Hennessey have a special edition for truck buyers wanting sports car performance in their truck. The company says that the Hennessey Venom 800 Supercharged is the most powerful Ford truck it has ever produced.
This is not an ordinary Ford Bronco. This is the latest creation of Texas-based tuner and supercar maker Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE), and it’s called the Bronco Velociraptor. After bewildering our senses with its Jeep Gladiator Maximus, Ram TRX Mammoth 6x6, and Venom F5 supercar, the mad scientists at Hennessey have given the newest Bronco a proper supercharged V8 engine.
If you’re one of the discerning few who thinks the 2021 Ram TRX is not big or tough enough, along comes Hennessey (the patron of badassery, if you’ll ask us) with its Mammoth 6X6. The Texas-based automotive tuning firm only released a single hero image of the Mammoth 6X6, and it’s more than enough to convince three lucky buyers in commissioning the limited build slot.
Honestly, we almost forgot about the Hennessey Venom F5. Maybe we got distracted by other speed demons like the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut – both of which are capable of breaking 300+ mph. But in reality, it had something to do with the long wait.
Coronavirus lockdown may be holding you hostage at home, but that doesn't mean you can't live vicariously through Hennessey's beastly (and faintly ridiculous) MAXIMUS 1000 pickup going crazy across the sand dunes. Announced last year, the latest product of tuning firm Hennessey took the Jeep Gladiator pickup and gave it a 1,000 horsepower Hellcat V8 upgrade.
The mid-engine Corvette C8 is an impressive machine with high-performance, even in the base model of the car. The gang over at Hennessey Performance isn't known for leaving already fast cars stock. The company certainly won't leave the Corvette C8 stock, and it is teasing some of its cool upgrades for the car already.
The gang over at Hennessey has taken the already cool Jeep Gladiator and turned it into something much more than Jeep intended, the vehicle is the 2020 Hennessey Maximus 1000. The vehicle looks like a lifted Gladiator on the outside with special Maximus front and rear steel bumpers, heavy-duty off-road axles, and lots more.
One of the most anticipated trucks in the mid-size segment is the Jeep Gladiator. Some aren't happy that the Gladiator launched with the only engine option being the V6 found in the Wrangler. The Hemi V8 will fit in the Gladiator and Wrangler, but it's a tight fit and apparently can't pass crash tests. Hennessey has a very hopped up version of the Gladiator that is called the Hennessey Maximus 1000.
Hennessey is known for turning fast cars into faster rides and even builds its own hypercar. The tuner is offering an upgrade package for the engine on the 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1, and the result is boatloads of torque and horsepower. Hennessey warns that the HPE1200 package does require race gas to get the full 1,200 bhp rating.