Hennessey Performance Mustangs coming to New Zealand

Hennessey Performance Mustangs coming to New Zealand

hennessey-hpe750-is-a-supercharged-mustang-that-hits-2079-mph-video-photo-gallery_7Streetfighter Australia/New Zealand has partnered with U.S-based Hennessey Performance to custom build high-performance Ford Mustangs for local consumption.

Hennessey Performance is a U.S based company that has been producing some of the fastest and most exhilarating vehicles in the world since 1991.

Streetfighter New Zealand will be building Hennessey Mustang vehicles in New Zealand, which will be available from Auckland-based CTB Performance for local distribution.

Streetfighter says it will transform a newly delivered 2016 Ford Mustang into a limited edition Hennessy model to customer preference.

Both the Hennessey HPE700 Mustang and HPE750 Mustang are on offer, and this will include a three-year /100,000km driveline warranty.

Each car will be hand built in New Zealand and programmed with Hennessey calibration in-house dyno test facilities to suit local conditions.

All Hennessey vehicles are limited editions and receive a build number for authentication.

Streetfighter is currently taking orders in readiness for the Australian/NZ release starting November 2015.

Customers and dealers may contact Sam Bakalich at CTB Performance for further details on the Hennessey Mustang HPE range.

Email: sam@ctb.co.nz

Established in 1991, Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE) builds and modifies more than 500 vehicles per year from a wide variety of brands that include Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, Lexus, Nissan and Toyota.

HPE also builds the world’s fastest production vehicle, the Hennessey Venom GT, which has a verified top speed of more than 440 mph.

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