Special Hennessey Ford Mustang GT Puts Out 804 HP

Hennessy commemorates their 25th Anniversary with the HPE800 Hennessey Ford Mustang GT.  It is limited to just 25 examples.

It seems like just a few years ago, 500+ horsepower was a big deal. Nowadays, with so many cars out there putting out 500+ horsepower, the novelty has warn off. 500 horsepower just doesn’t excite as it once did.

The Ford Mustang, long one of America’s favorite performance vehicles puts out 526 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque in its most potent form. This performance is made possible through a 5.0-liter V8.

Not content with this performance, the fine folks at Hennessey Performance wanted to kill two birds with one stone.  They wanted to celebrate their 25th Anniversary of building cars and build a faster Mustang.

Super car performance for the Hennessey Ford Mustang GT

With the passing of 25 years since Hennessey Performance first opened their doors in Houston, Texas, the team wants to commemorate the occasion with the HPE800 Ford Mustang 25th Anniversary Edition. Limited to only 25 units, each HPE800 will offer super car performance. This will be primarily through an upgraded 5.0-liter Coyote engine putting out 804 horsepower and 878 pound feet of torque.

The modification list to squeeze out such performance is comprehensive and includes a 2.9-liter super charger system, carbon-fiber high flow air induction, and an axle-back exhaust system. Modifications to support such an increase in performance include a Brembo brake system upgrade, upgraded injectors, and coilpack covers.

Enhancements roll over to the exterior of the vehicle in the form of carbon-fiber exterior accessories. To commemorate the occasion and to certify authenticity, each unit will carry its own unique plaque with the serial number.

What are the results of these performance increases? A 0 to 60 time of 3.1 seconds accelerating all the way up to 207.9 miles per hour. The standing quarter mile is achieved in 10.7 seconds at 133 miles per hour.

What is the cost? It will take you $99,500 to get one, which is considerable when you can get a Ford Mustang GT AND A GT350R for roughly the same amount of cash.


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