Tag: Hennessey

HPE700 Twin-Turbo Hennessey Corvette Coming to Boca Raton Concours

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We know Hennessey’s HPE700 twin-turbo C7 Corvette can burn its tires like they’re sitting on the surface of the Sun. We know it can put a world of hurt on the dyno like the Incredible Hulk wringing a chicken’s neck. All that knowledge of the HPE700’s abilities is great and all, but in order for […] More »

  Comments | By - February 12, 2014

Watch Hennessey’s HPE700 Twin Turbo C7 Burnout

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Our latest beefy burnout fix comes courtesy of the wizards at Hennessey. If you have 14 seconds or so to spare, hearing this 708 horsepower twin-turbocharged beast rev up for the show is most definitely time well spent.

  Comments | By - February 4, 2014

Watch Hennessey’s HPE700 Twin-Turbo C7 Corvette Terrorize the Dyno

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Hennessey Performance has just released a video of its first twin-turbo 2014 Corvette Stingray on the dyno, and the preliminary results are promising. Running seven pounds of boost and 93-octane fuel, the HPE700 Corvette put down 608 horsepower and 565 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. Calculate for a 15-percent driveline loss, and at […] More »

  Comments | By - January 24, 2014

Hennessey HPE600 Corvette is First C7 to Break 200 mph

C7 Corvette Stingray Breaks 200 mph on Texas Toll Road

Want to break the 200-mph barrier in your C7 Corvette Stingray? One option is to go with Hennessey’s HPE600 upgrade that gets you to 600 horsepower. Top that off with a 100-horsepower Nitrous Express kit to leap to 700 horsepower, and you’ve got yourself the configuration that was recently proven to take the C7 Corvette […] More »

  Comments | By - December 17, 2013

John Heinricy Tests the Hennessey HPE600 C7 Corvette

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When I think about Hennessey Performance, my emotions stir into a concoction of thankful jolliness. The way Hennessey makes cars faster gives me the kind of feeling one would get if it was decided that Thanksgiving and Christmas would be combined, and then celebrated in August, November and December. The number-one reason Hennessey gets me […] More »

  Comments | By - December 11, 2013

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