2018 Hennessey Lincoln Navigator HPE600

Mar 28, 2018

Category: Rides

For those who think Hennessey Performance’s aftermarket prowess is just for souping up sports cars and sedans can think again. For their expertise now extends into the world of full-size SUVs with the release of their HPE600 upgrade available for the 2018 Lincoln Navigator.

Now, this eight-seater is equipped with both turbo and intercooler upgrades that up the output of the Navigator’s twin-turbo V6 from 450 to 600 horses under the hood resulting in a 0-60 time of less than five seconds. And since all that go-power requires some stopping power as well, Hennesssey also offers up a set of Brembo brakes as well. A lowered suspension also gives the performance SUV a stealthier stance, while 22-inch Monoblock wheels wrapped in performance tires add a nice touch to the exclusive model. Limited to 200 examples worldwide.

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