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New supercharged Hennessey Venom 775 truck uses Ford F-150 as its base
Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) has give a typical Ford F-150 a power and style boost, resulting in their new Venom 775 Supercharged Truck.
"At Hennessey Performance we continue to push the envelope and crush the competition, The Venom 775, is the culmination of what the perfect F-150 should be," explained Founder and CEO John Hennessey.
At the heart of the truck, HPE added a 2.9-liter supercharger system to the truck's standard 5.0-liter V8. That boosted the engine to 775 horsepower (from 395). That power gets the truck to 60 mph from a standstill in 4.0 seconds.
The engine bay is enclosed with a Hennessey paint matched Ram Air Hood. There's a cat-back exhaust to help you let your neighbors know that you're home.
The truck rides high thanks to a six inch lift. It has 20-inch wheels that wear 35-inch Toyo tires. It's equipped with Brembo 15.1-inch rotors and six-piston caliper brakes.
The front and back of the model feature Hennessey bumpers that are illuminated with LED lights. Automatic drop-down steps aid with ingress and egress.
Each model has a fresh interior with customized Hennessey Venom badging. The cabin is upholstered in leather and features suede inserts and custom stitching.
Hennessey will sell each Venom 775 with a three-year/36,000-mile warranty for all upgraded parts from HPE.
Just 100 of the models will be made.
Brown Lee Ford in Morrison, Tennessee, will be the exclusive seller of the model.
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