Following a review not long ago, Hennessey has disclosed their everything new Maximus in front of its presentation at SEMA.
In light of the Jeep Gladiator, the Maximus is a crazy 4×4 fan that highlights a great blend of in-your-face looks and astounding execution.
Beginning in the engine, the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 has been supplanted by a supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 motor. Nonetheless, the organization didn’t stop there as the motor has a HPE1000 overhaul that incorporates a hard core radiator, a redesigned fuel framework and a hardened steel exhaust. The tuner likewise introduces another ECU and wiring bridles.
On account of these adjustments, the truck produces 1,000 hp (746 kW/1,014 PS) and 933 lb-ft (1,264 Nm) of torque. That implies the model has 3.5 occasions more power than the standard Gladiator and this cuts the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) time to simply 3.9 seconds.
Obviously, the Maximus is something beyond a superior pickup as Hennessey introduces an arrangement of rough terrain treats. One of the most recognizable changes is the 6-inch lift unit from King. The truck additionally sports aluminum wheels which are enveloped by BFGoodrich rough terrain tires.
Somewhere else, Hennessey introduced rock solid driveshafts and Dana 60 axles with a 4.88 rigging proportion. Different features incorporate custom guards, LED assistant lights and “drop-down” running sheets. Purchasers will likewise locate a custom calfskin inside and an independently numbered plaque.
Combatant costs can undoubtedly surpass $50,000 however that is nothing contrasted with the Maximus’ base cost of $225,000. The superior truck will likewise be increasingly selective as generation will be restricted to 24 units.
The sticker price may give individuals sticker stun, however John Hennessey said “What other vehicle can move to the highest point of Aspen Mountain with a KTM earth bicycle in the back in the first part of the day and afterward run 0-60 mph (096 km/h) in 3.9 seconds at the drag strip later that day?”