Due to the limited production of Hennessey’s 2010 HPE700 Camaro run sold out long ago, the company has announced that it will build another 24 units for model year 2011. This latest edition of HPE700′s include the addition of the new convertible model (Chevrolet) and an increase in power from its supercharged LS9 6.2-liter V8 – the same engine in the Corvette ZR1 found.
The 2011 HPE700 gets its extra power from the revised boost levels and a more robust fuel system and 755 hp and 763 lb-ft of torque delivered. This 30 hp increase over 2010 will also contribute to the convertible extra weight, while the large 15-inch brakes remain from last year to make it quickly to a stop.
Since the Camaro Convertible coming in showrooms in spring 2011, the 6-speed SS hardtop model in addition to their brothers, the basis for the HPE700 LS9 Camaro transformation are available.
HPE founder and president, John Hennessey said: “We have already sold several of our 2011 HPE700 in hardtop form, increasing the potential for the Camaro Convertible LS9 an even rarer than the right option.” “I expect that we are all 24 units, as we have to sell in 2010 but this time we will probably even earlier, from a convertible option is certainly attractive to sell -. With 755 hp special.”
In addition to the updated LS9 engine, the HPE700 also an adjustable coilover suspension, bigger stabilizers, HPE light wheels, larger 15-inch brakes with six-piston calipers, stainless steel long tube headers, painted hockey stripes, Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel, carbon aero carbon fiber Car Body Kit and more round the car a distinct look and features.
As with the 2010 model year is the 2011 Camaro LS9 HPE700 be limited to only 24 units, with no fixed allocation between coupe and convertible. The prices for the complete upgrade HPE700, including the base vehicle is $ 132,500 and can be ordered directly from HPE or an authorized Chevrolet dealer’s Hennessey.