/Hennessey Mustang Convertible Unveiled at SEMA

Hennessey Mustang Convertible Unveiled at SEMA

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Along with the new Venom GT, Texan tuner Hennessey Performance unveiled at this year’s SEMA show a new Mustang equipped with their HPE750 Supercharged package. The 2016 Hennessey Mustang Convertible has a certified top speed of 207.9 mph, as seen on Jay Leno’s Garage TV show on CNBC.

Mind you, the record breaking car was a coupe, it was driven by a professional driver, and the venue they did it was the favorable surroundings of a closed highway. It was still an impressive achievement. And the lack of roof on this one should not have that big an affect on the overall performance of the vehicle.

As for the ingredients of the package and the reason it is so fast, Hennessey Mustang Convertible HPE750 comes with a supercharger system producing 9 psi boost, increasing the total output of the 5.0 liter GT V8 engine to massive 774 horsepower. The zero to 60 time in this car is a supercar-busting 3.2 seconds.

Other highlights of Hennessey Mustang Convertible include a bespoke aero kit including carbon fiber front splitter, side sills, and rear lip spoiler, complemented with a set of Hennessey H10 light weight wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The car also features a Brembo racing brake upgrade for proper stopping power.

While we’re at it, let’s also check out the 2016 VelociRaptor 650: 650 HP 5.0L V8 engine; 0-60 mph: 4.9 seconds; Supercharger system producing 7 psi boost; Fox suspension upgrade;  Heavy duty front and rear bumpers; 20 inch Hennessey wheel and tire upgrade;  Fender flares; Skid plates.

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