When Hennessey got its hands on the previous generation of Cadillac CTS-V, they took the already-brutal 550-horsepower V8, and cranked it up to 1,200 horses. With the new one, the company appears to be playing it safe for the moment. The Hennessey HPE1000 ups the ante from the 2016 CTS-V, with its 640 horsepower, and…
Perhaps the best thing about the Hennessey VR1200 pack on the Cadillac CTS-V is that it can be had on the wagon, and it looks pretty unassuming. Sure isn't subtle when it's screaming and putting more than 1,000 rear wheel hp.
We can't get enough of the world's most bad-ass grocery-getter, the Hennessey CTS-V Wagon. Now here it is demolishing sound waves, tires, and the 11-second barrier at the strip.
Apparently, OnStar defines pulling .99 Gs of acceleration as a "Vehicle Event." An OnStar agent called the 700 HP Hennessey CTS-V immediately after the run just to make sure everyone was all right. Watch it happen here on video.