Hennessey want to get 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat drivers on the road to Hades as quickly as possible.
Hennessey has a kit for the Durango SRT Hellcat that ups the total number of ponies in the Dodge SUV’s stable to over 1,000.
Christened the HPE1000, this mighty Mopar promises to hit 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and cross the quarter mile in just 10.8 seconds.
That’s a claimed 0.8-second improvement over the standard Durango SRT Hellcat’s manufacturer estimates of 3.5 and 11.5 seconds, respectively.
Durango SRT Hellcat features a new 2.7-liter supercharger with an upgraded pulley and a high-flow bypass valve, stainless steel headers, less restrictive catalytic converters, new fuel injectors, and an improved throttle body and a reworked air induction setup.
All those upgrades come at a cost, though. Specifically, $34,950. That sum includes installation costs, too, a feat that typically takes three-to-four weeks, per a Hennessey spokesperson.
But that’s not including the cost of a Durango SRT Hellcat itself, which starts at $82,490.
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