American auto manufacturer Chevrolet introduced the Camaro to the automotive world in the 1960’s as a rival to the Ford Mustang. Although it has been classified as both a pony car and a muscle car, this 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS “Hennessey HPE750” pushes the boundaries even further. The Camaro was redesigned in 2016 for its 50th anniversary, and this, the 2017 Camaro lineup, brings up the new bling. This Camaro 2SS has been turned into the HPE750, boasting some radical changes to the original recipe. Our subject car is located in Florida and has just under 2800 miles on its clock, throughout which it is reported to have been garage kept.
This 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS “Hennessey HPE750” is coated in red and features Hennessey badging inside and out. The 5-spoke 20-inch silver aluminum wheels have black Camaro brake calipers hiding behind them. The black interior has black and gray leather seats with SS emblems in red. The multi-purpose steering wheel is covered in leather and proudly wears the special “Fifty” badge that indicates the 50th birthday of the Camaro. Interior includes radio, LCD screen, navigation, voice recognition, Bluetooth connectivity, and air-conditioning. The Hennessey upgrades in the cabin offer Hennessey premium floor mats.
The 6.2L V8 engine under this 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS has undergone a complete and professional rebuild, with parts installation by Hennessey. The Hennesey Power Upgrade kit puts this Camaro in a league on its own. With the Hennessey HPE 750 power upgrade kit, the output is raised to a sensational 751 horsepower at 6300 RPM and 734- ft-lb torque at 4000 RPM. To achieve these figures, the engine is fitted with a high-flow supercharger system, CNC-ported cylinder heads, and high-flow catalytic converters. Also included is an HPE hydraulic roller camshaft upgrade, hydraulic lifter upgrade, and an extreme-duty pushrod upgrade. All necessary gaskets and fluids are included, and the car has gone through Dyno tuning and road testing. This beast blasts from zero to 60 in just 3.2 seconds and will pass the quarter-mile line in just 10.7 seconds, going on to hot a top speed of 131mph.