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Hennessey The brand announced a package called H850 that increases horsepower to 850- 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse

Hennessey announced a package called H850 that increases horsepower to 850. (getCard) #type=(post) #title=(You Might Like) #info=(Card Info) Based on the range-topping Dark Horse trim, the bundle includes a supercharger for the 5.0-liter Coyote V8, a high-flow intake system, upgraded fuel injectors and a new fuel pump. Hennessey also adds engine management software it developed in-house. The end result will be 850 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, numbers that represent massive increases over the stock, naturally-aspirated V8's figures of 500 and 418, respectively. Buyers can keep the standard six-speed manual transmission or pay extra for a 10-speed automatic.
Hennessey hasn't released any other performance numbers. And, while it doesn't sound like the company is making modifications to the engine's internal oily bits, the Dark Horse already has engine upgrades from Ford such as forged connecting rods and strengthened camshafts. Hennessey's H850 will stand out from the regular-production Mustang Dark Horse with a front splitter, side skirts and a rear wing made from carbon fiber to keep weight in check. Forged aluminum-alloy wheels come standard, while an array of emblems and decals add a finishing touch to the look. The white graphics pictured above are found on the list of options. Hennessey has already started taking orders for its H850 package, and it expects to deliver the first cars in the fourth quarter of 2023. (getButton) #text=(View More) #icon=(link) #size=(0) #color=(#1bc517)

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