Sleepers come in many forms, from well disguised muscle cars to monsters in economy car clothing. After witnessing the insanity of the 728 horsepower Camry we started thinking about the variety of different options when it comes to creating a sleeper. This weekend we want to know about your ideal vision of a seriously…
Houston's Fastlane tuning shop is working on this 1971 Corvette dubbed "Golden Rod." It's been fitted with a new, supercharged LS9 from a ZR1, and the suspension, brakes and other components will be upgraded similarly. We also hear it's dating a 22-year-old yoga instructor.
It's not uncommon to see high-power vehicles throw a little flame out the rear while dyno testing. When the 1,200-hp Hennessey Venom GT gets on the dyno, it's not uncommon to see an afterburner.
Closely chasing Evolution Performance's eight second Mustang is Lingenfelter Performance's LS9-powered 2010 Camaro. Their six-speed Camaro is consistently running low nine-second quarter miles and, judging by this video, they're well on their way to an eight-second run.
The Hennessey Venom GT made a surprise appearance at the famous weekly Cars & Coffee in Irvine, CA this morning. Check out the first pictures of the car in the 'merican wild.
Chevy gives great head... cylinder head, that is. From the LSX small bore to the LS7 and LS9, Chevy runs deep in cylinder heads in this lazy susan-like display at the 2010 SEMA show.
The insane $1 million Hennessey Venom GT's managed to sneak into Texas without setting off any USGS seismic sensors. The Lotus-bodied, 1,200-hp V8-powered Venom GT will debut at SEMA next week, where it will embarrass outrageously-painted Hyundai Tiburons.
The first production Elise-bodied, Corvette ZR1-powered Hennessey Venom GT adds a layer of shiny paint, but with 1,200 hp and a 2,548-pound curb weight the first customer will surely strip it back down to its carbon fiber body.
The Hennessey Venom GT is no joke. ZR1 Engine. Up to 1,200 HP. Less than 2,400 Pounds. Better power-to-weight than a Bugatti Veyron. Lotus-derived chassis. $600K pricetag. It's so batshit crazy the sales price includes an "orientation" session.
The seductively mad Hennessey Venom GT was spotted by a tipster being loaded onto a carrier headed to an unknown location. What we do know is it isn't headed to Geneva as others have reported.
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.
The Hennessey Venom GT concept sounds like the result of the world's greatest bet; A 1,000 HP twin-turbo LS9 V8 stuffed into the back of a 2,400-pound sports car. First photos and enticing details below.