Hennessey HPE700 is based on the Chevrolet Camaro 2010

Posted on Saturday, 10 January 2009 , 12:01:27 byEmil

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Hennessey HPE700 is based on the Chevrolet Camaro 2010

GM has lots of adjustable pieces. Hennessey Performance Engineering will give some more speed for Camaro by Chevrolet. So it grabbed a supercharged LS9 V8 Corvette ZR1 unit off the shelf, putting it into an amazing Camaro SS body.

Its name is the HPE700, putting out 705hp plus 717lb-ft torque (ZR1 makes only 638 horsepower 595 lb.-ft. torque.) Hennessey made the HPE700 model surpassed the Camaro Z28. It's like the 1969 Camaro ZL1 plant drag racer's decedent, having a 427 cu.in. V8 actually rated on about 500 hp.

The HPE700 has 15-inch ceramic carbon brakes, upgrades on the suspension and alloy wheels by Hennessey with PS2 tires from Michelin. Hennessey will make one for 109,500 Dollars, also coming with a 1 day high performance of driving course, learning how to tame the beast.

"The HPE700 Camaro allows our customers to combine supercar power and performance with classic American muscle car looks in a modern, daily-drive usable sportscar with a backseat and a trunk!," affirmed John Hennessey, the President and CEO of Hennessey Performance Engineering. "We will be announcing other Hennessey turnkey vehicle packages for the 2010 Camaro in the near future along with an extensive list of aftermarket performance parts and accessories”.