"Who Wants to Stinking V6 When You Can V8?" Presumably, what Hennys said was the new Ford F-150 Raptor engine. Hence, he was born in 2019 Hennessey VelociRaptor V8.

Hennessey is known for its crazy creations (ie soon-to-come 300-mph-plus Venom V5), and this is another wild product, just like the ones before him. The performance engineering firm decided to swap the 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 for the Ford 5.0-liter V8 engine attached to a supercharger. We say that this is a massive 2.9-liter supercarger system that produces seven psi. This is adjustable 758 horsepower, while trucks in 60 hours only 4.1 seconds. It's really yours, your nearly 6,000 pound Raptor will get the neck and neck with Mustang GT now. Raptor was not slow before, but it will definitely take place on any of the traditionalists who thought the car was needed from the very beginning of V8. Hennessey also made the V6 truck's 605 horsepower, but if it was not enough, now is. It still uses a lot of Ford's, including 10-speed transmission, Ford's cadastral equipment and ECUs.

So if you buy this truck, you're probably buying it for V8, but Honeysi does more than engine changes. VelociRaptor V8 adds six inch (!) Lift kit, 20-inch alloy wheels, 37-inch BF Goodrich KM03 off-road tires and full VelociRaptor bodykit. There are V8 exterior badges and informed plaques in the interior and engine to prove as V8.

Here's what you do not want to know: $ 147,950 per unit price (includes truck and modification). For the 2019 model, only 100 V8 engine VelociRaptors will be built. All of them come in a three-year, 36,000 mile warranty covering everything. Check out the video footage below Hennessey, which is connected to a gastric truck, then decides if the soundtrack is worth a luxury nail.