It took Hennessey only one second to realize that the 2020 Taycan can do a lot better. We have to admit that with its 750 horsepower, the Taycan pretty much delivers supercars performance figures, but looking at the previous Hennessey packages, we know the tuner will come with something even better.
Previous packages thought us that Hennessey is offering updates with 800, 1000 and even 1200 horsepower under the hood – which means that the Taycan will be able to deliver almost double than standard. Now, can you imagine the sprint time? The current Taycan Turbo S goes from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.6 seconds, so, can we hope that a Hennessey Taycan will do the sprint in less than 2 seconds?
“We’ve been planning to do something with electrified vehicles for a while now,” said company founder & CEO, John Hennessey. “We felt that the new Porsche Taycan was the right platform from which to modify our first EV. Initially, we will start with simple modifications such as wheels, tires and interior upgrades as well as exterior modifications such as more aggressive front and rear bumpers. After that we will see what might be possible in terms of adding more power.”