The twin-turbo Hennessey Chevy Camaro makes 815 hp on regular 93 octane. On 104 octane race fuel it does 847 rear-wheel horsepower or nearly 1000 hp at the crank and sounds like the Starship Enterprise landing on an aircraft carrier.
The Hennessey HPE700 has the heart of a ZR1 whacked-out on automotive meth and producing an ear-splitting 724 HP and 741 lb-ft of torque. Seriously, check out the video, it's like the banshee wail of a thousand PBR-soaked party-goers.
Hennessey's only producing 24 HPE700 Camaros for $109,000, but with 705 HP and 717 lb-ft of tire melting torque on tap, we could let go of some of the kiddies college fund. Don't judge. You're thinking the same thing.
Last week brought the first test of Hennessey's newest powerhouse, the HPE550 Camaro. This week brings enough new pics and details to make even the most gentlemanly of men hoot and holler.
Test out your automotive intellectual fortitude by figuring out what car this is before you click through. Sure, you'll say you got it right in the comments, but you'll know the truth.