Hennessey Lamborghini Huracan HPE1000 Twin Turbo

Mar 1, 2018

Category: Rides

By all accounts, Lamborghini’s Huracan is a pretty impressive vehicle off the lot – offering between 573 to 630 horsepower, depending upon the trim package – toeing the line between supercar and hypercar. That abundance of power, however, wasn’t quite enough for the folks at Hennessey Performance. So, they upgraded it to the HPE1000 Twin Turbo you see here.

If you guessed that the number in its name corresponds to horsepower, you’d be right. This monster boasts a bhp of 1,000 (which translates to around 800 to all four wheels); that’s more than 200 ponies above the entry-level Huracan. And Hennessey managed that with virtually no alterations to the engine itself or the transmission. Instead, they dropped off the back end to equip this beast with a massive custom twin turbo system, a custom intercooler, an upgraded fuel system, a high flow air induction system, and more. This insane upgrade is available for any 2015-2018 Huracan, but you’ll have to reach out to Hennessey for more info on pricing and availability.

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