Ferrari 458 HPE700 Twin Turbo by Hennessey Performance

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

So your new Ferrari 458 just isn’t packing enough power? We’ve got the same problem, and that’s why we’ve opted for the Hennessey HPE700 Twin Turbo Ferrari 458 Spider.

The standard 570 horsepower delivered from the 4.5 liter V8 engine has received a large increase thanks to Hennessey’s twin turbo kit. The new setup includes two ball bearing turbochargers along with all of the supporting modifications from air-to-water intercooler to an upgraded exhaust system, and everything in between. Hennessey states that the new kit is capable of 738 horsepower and 532 lb-ft of torque, and they will of course install it, dyno tune it, and then even test it on the road for you as well. So how much does this badass setup cost? Try $293,000.

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