The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing is a flagship sport sedan that produces greater than 668 horsepower and 659 lb-ft of torque whereas additionally being the quickest automotive that this luxurious model makes. Enter Hennessey and this sedan has now been catapulted to rocket ship standing. Hennessey has all the time been identified for making quick automobiles sooner and that’s additionally what the H1000 CT5-V is all about. Hennessey calls it the ‘hero of luxurious sport sedans’ with its energy out being pushed to a hypercar-esque 1,000 horsepower and 966 lb-ft torque.
The supercharged 6.2-liter ‘LT4’ V8 is comprehensively rebuilt and fitted with a bigger supercharger and upgraded calibration. By way of its adjustments, the H1000 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing has its LT4 receiving ported cylinder heads, enhanced consumption, and exhaust valves, improved lifters and pushrods, outsized warmth exchangers, and long-tube chrome steel headers. Then GM’s small block is fitted with a high-flow supercharger, changing the manufacturing facility unit. Lastly, Hennessey’s engineers add Hennessey Engine Administration Calibration (HEMC) for its new mission.
The improved energy out displays within the efficiency figures with a full second being shaved off the 0-60 mph dash plus there’s a drop within the ¼ mile run to 10.1 seconds, and the highest pace is properly above 200 mph. John Hennessey, firm founder, and CEO: “Cadillac’s CT5-V Blackwing, fitted with GM’s supercharged LT4, was a pure candidate for our improve because it improves energy significantly with out affecting drivability. Resurrected as an ‘H1000’, the four-door Cadillac is the quickest combustion-only luxurious sedan on the planet. It’s a uncommon high-water mark in a section that can vanish by the last decade’s finish.”
Hennessey’s prodigious energy improve enhances Cadillac’s efficiency enhancements, together with adaptive Magnetic Journey Management, Brembo brakes, and configurable driving modes for each scenario. An built-in information recorder logs efficiency each on- and off-track.
The ‘H1000’ improve comes with Hennessey’s 2-year / 24,000-mile restricted guarantee. The improve solely applies to the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing (not the usual Cadillac CT5-V, fitted with a V6). Manufacturing of the brand new Hennessey ‘H1000’ Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing will start in August 2023.