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Of Course Hennessey is Making a 1,000-Horsepower 2016 Cadillac CTS-V

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2016 Hennessey Performance Cadillac CTS-V

2016 Hennessey Performance Cadillac CTS-V

You knew this day was coming the second Cadillac revealed the insanity that is the 2016 CTS-V. Even with a baseline of 640 horsepower, you somehow knew that the madman known as John Hennessey would emerge from his laboratory in the bowels of some decrepit, haunted castle and find a way to make this unearthly beast even more fearsome. And he’s done just that.

Hennessey Performance today revealed three upgrades for the new 2016 Cadillac CTS-V: the HPE750, HPE800, and HPE1000. If you know anything about Hennessey by now, then you know that those numbers all indicate horsepower, which means, yes, you can now get a Cadillac CTS-V with 1,000 horsepower. Because of course you can. This is Hennessey Performance after all.

Opting for the HPE750 package gets you a pulley upgrade, new high-flow air induction system, high flow catalytic converters, and long-tube stainless steel headers among other enhancements. Going with the HPE800 gets you high flow cylinder heads, intercooler heat exchanger upgrade, a custom camshaft, and 50 extra horsepower.

If you are absolutely crazed and must have the absolute baddest thing on wheels, then there’s the HPE1000 package. This gets you: a 2.9-liter supercharger system, forged pistons and steel rods, custom camshaft, ported cylinder heads, upgraded fuel system and fuel injectors, high flow intercooling, intercooler heat exchanger upgrade, stainless steel midpipes, long-tube stainless steel headers, high flow catalytic converters, gaskets and fluids, and the HPE badging and floormats. Oh, and 1,000 horsepower.

Pre-orders start now. Getchu some.