Ford Bronco is pretty tough to rationalize. A vehicle is a 330-horsepower-churning machine, sure. But with a 2.7-liter V-6 engine, it barely gets the job done. It doesn’t have the capability to handle the output that the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon or the Land Rover Defender V8. So what could possibly be so cool about a vehicle so drool? Enter Hennessey.
Well, for starters, the Hennessey VelociRaptor version is a slight improvement.
The vehicle is modded by the third party in a way like no other.
To begin with, the Hennessey VelociRaptor pushes Ford’s Bronco from zero to sixty in only four-point-nine seconds.
For such a vehicle, there also becomes a need to mention the other upgrades. Such re-gears include a brand-new exhaust, more of a flow intake, and engine management software that could show more honor to the Hennessey trademark of the “hm-not-bad” name. What else is there to say? The Hennessey VelociRaptor comes equipped with a 400 powertrain that gives off cosmetic upgrades that would make your spouse clench in jealousy.
All jokes aside, Hennessey has a very impressive project here. Of course, as with all Hennessey exclusives, these variants will only be available in a unit count of 200. The 2021 VelociRaptor 400 is certainly a vehicle that will excite the usual buyer.
Hennessey has an off-road collective of specifications that they made way better for this car. The torque, for instance, is 503 lb-feet. At about 3,900 rpm. There’s also a three-year-slash-thirty-six-thousand-mile limited warranty. Hennessey / VelociRaptor exterior badges also adorn it. Furthermore, the headrests have embroidery embellished.
There are electronically-generating fold-out steps. Chassis Dyno Tuning and road testing are also involved. 35-inch Off-Road Tires are also worth the effort, serial plaques are in the compartment and the interior. The 4×4 SUV will certainly be something that the mod company will be proud of in their own right for modifying into perfection.