Those who have just bought a RAM TRX might want to reconsider, as the VENOM 800 offers 805 BHP and a 0-60 MPH time of just 3.6 seconds from its five-liter V8 engine. These figures are achieved thanks to the addition of a three-liter supercharger system producing eight psi of boost pressure, a high-flow cold air induction system, upgraded fuel injectors, an upgraded fuel pump system, a stainless steel exhaust system, an E85 flex-fuel sensor, and chassis dyno engine calibration — which altogether make the F-150 around 100 BHP more powerful than the Hellcat-powered TRX, and more than twice as powerful as a stock F-150.
Coupled with its four-wheel-drive system, the VENOM 800 can do a quarter-mile in 11.9 seconds hitting 116 MPH. Stopping power comes from upgraded BREMBO brakes which sit inside the 20” rims that are wrapped in 35” all-terrain tires. Elsewhere, Hennessey has added an off-road suspension system upgrade featuring new shocks with external reservoirs and six inches of lift, as well as a new front bumper with integrated LED lights, a new grille, VENOM 800 SUPERCHARGED exterior branding and serial numbered plaques in the interior and engine compartment.
Just 100 units of the Hennessey VENOM 800 SUPERCHARGED F-150 will be built, with each costing $149,500 USD in total (including the donor car). For more information, head over to Hennessey’s website.
Elsewhere in the automotive world, Jaguar has given its F-Pace SVR a 550 HP V8.