Here’s another creation from the awesome folks at Hennessey – this time a manual 2011 Caddy CTS-V undergoes a transformation.
The CTS-V is no slouch to begin with, but Hennessey takes the Corvette ZR-1 derived 6.2L powerplant even further by adding a few bells and whisltles, including a cold air induction system, a smaller supercharger pulley, ling tube headers, a three-inch exhaust system, an upgraded intercooler, and a new engine management system. The result is a staggering 700 horsepower and 700 lb.-ft. of torque that can propel the four-door sedan from standstill to 60 mph in a lightning-fast 3.3 seconds.
Check out the video of the “Hennesey’d” CTS-V doing the quarter mile in 11.14 seconds at a top speed of 129.95 mph. Now that’s impressive!