American tuning studio Hennessey Performance Engineering turned its attention to one of the most famous European supercars – a native Italian town of Maranello. Specialists finalized the 2018-2019 Ferrari 458 the Spider , making the car even more powerful and faster due to global modernization of its “iron heart”.
The company is ready to offer a set of bodywork components of carbon fiber to improve aerodynamics, KW adjustable suspension and forged wheels wheels. If the customer wishes, the master will take the supercar interior trimmed interior leather, alcantara, carbon fiber.
But the main thing – the engine. The project was named HPE700 Twin Turbo 458, and its owners should be wary of the Lamborghini the Aventador , so as not to be caught unawares. This council gives the founder of the all-powerful studio John Hennessy and guarantees an incomparable feeling of driving this sports car. Roadster is equipped with a 4.5-liter V8 engine that develops as built 570 horsepower and 540 Nm of torque.
With two low-inertia turbochargers with a bypass valve and an efficient cooling system and reprogrammed the control electronics, a modified fuel delivery and exhaust system in stainless steel engine performance increased significantly. Now it gives the motor 738 horsepower at 8400 rev / min, 721 Nm of torque at 5600 rpm. Maximum boost pressure is 7 pounds per square inch or 0.48 atm.
Hennessey 2018-2019 Ferrari 458 accelerates from zero to 60 miles per hour (96 km / h) in 2.8 seconds and overcomes the distance of a quarter mile in 10.5 seconds. The company did not disclose the maximum speed of the supercar with modifications to 59,995 dollars. Guarantee for modernized engine of 1 year or 12,000 miles.
“Many purists tremble at the thought of changing their 2018-2019 Ferrari, but after meeting with HPE700 Twin Turbo 458 even they can easily change their point of view”, – assured of Hennessey Performance. The first vehicle presentation was held on the review of the Italian technology Monterey Weekend: Concorso Italiano in California.