2015 Hennessey HPE700 Supercharged Ford Mustang

Oct 3, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

So your regular Mustang just isn’t get the job done when it comes to performance? Fret not, as the team at Hennessey is here to please you with their superhcarged HPE700 2015 Ford Mustang.

Taking the 2-door sports car from 435 ponies all the way up to 717-horsepower (along with 632 lb-ft of torque), this vehicle was made for the real performance junkie. Thanks to a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 that has been upgraded with a high-flow throttle body, stainless steel exhaust, improved injectors and fuel pump, this beast can sprint to 60 miles per hour in a blazing 3.6 seconds. With that much power, the team needed to upgrade the brakes for improved stopping abilities, opting for 15.1-inch Brembo bakes. Other upgrades include a carbon fiber body kit and 20-inch wheels wrapped in super sticky Michelin Pilot Super Sport 2 tires among other things. Of course something this badass can’t be available to just anyone – it’s got to be limited. Hennessey will only be producing 500 units in all. Each one will be sold with a base price of $59,500, and will be available through AutoNation’s 37 American-based Ford dealerships. [Purchase]

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