You might be familiar with Hennesey Performance Engineering’s VR1200 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe, which hit a head-altering 220 mph on a closed section of the Texas State Highway a couple of years back. The insane Cadillac coupe is powered by a 7.0-liter engine with a block based on the LSX and a pair of turbochargers. It’s hard to imagine something getting any cooler, really. That’s what we though at least, until we laid eyes on the VR1200 wagon.
Much like the coupe variant, the VR1200 CTS-V Wagon is making more than 1,000 horsepower to the rear wheels. Unlike the coupe however, the wagon has no body kits or spoilers which might allude to the fact there is a 1200 horsepower monster hiding under the hood. Check out the video below to see what might just be the coolest grocery-getter ever prove its prowess on the dyno.