Hennessey's 750 HP F-150 Pays Tribute To Ford's Heritage Edition Trucks

Hennessey is known for their insanely powerful cars and trucks, and their 750 HP does that while honoring the past.

After debuting the Mustang Heritage Edition, Hennessey is back with another special project and this time, it’s a truck. Based on the F-15, it sports the same Heritage Edition nameplate as the Mustang.

What it also shares with the Mustang is the paint job, although not as good looking. Hennessey decided that the F-150 Heritage Edition gets an insane horsepower figure of 758 horsepower which is higher than the already powerful Ford GT.

Under the hood sits the standard 5.0-liter V8 engine that can be found standard on the F-150 Raptor. For Hennessey, that doesn’t cut it though. Joining the standard V8 engine is a 2.9-liter supercharger, upgraded fuel system, air to water intercooler, high flow air induction, stainless steel cat-back exhaust, and a tune to top that all off. All these come as standard upgrades.


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There are an additional two upgrades outside of the standard performance upgrades. The sports kit upgrade for those that will only be using the car on the road and the off-road kit upgrade for those that want to take the car basically everywhere. The sports kit upgrade comes with sway bars, a lowering kit, six-piston Brembo brakes, and 22-inch wheels with tires. The off-road kit upgrade includes a 3-inch lift with the suspension-leveling kit, 20-inch off-road wheels, 35-inch off-road tires, and front and rear bumpers to complete the off-road look.

There is nothing more in the exterior of the truck aside from the gimmicky paint job unless the off-road kit front and rear bumpers are placed. The interior also remains the same as the standard Raptor with the exception of embroidered headrests and a plaque on the dashboard with a serial number.

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Hennessey’s F-150 Heritage Edition pays tribute to the 2018 Ford GT Heritage Edition and the past Heritage Edition trucks that came out of Ford. This truck is an insane project that will really excite its owners but will definitely be a scary one to drive. It’s absolutely insane that it does burnouts and it drifts. Hennessey has had a good reputation tied to its brand and this will just be another project to strengthen that reputation. The F-150 Heritage Edition starts at $74,500. That includes the donor F-150 Raptor and all the standard upgrades.


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