However, the aftermarket can do better. After unveiling the VelociRaptor V8 package in October 2020, the guys at Hennessey Performance Engineering have developed the VelociRaptor 400 package for the 2.7-liter EcoBoost. Limited to 200 examples in the first year of production, this guy shakes an upgraded exhaust system, high-flow air induction and a more aggressive calibration of the engine control unit.
Combined, these hardware and software modes will increase the six-cylinder engine to 405 horsepower at 5,700 rpm and 503 lb-ft (682 Nm) at 3,900 rpm. Based on Badland̵
The V8 rival muscle is more than welcome, but Hennessey did not stop here. 18-inch wheels and 35-inch tires are also on the menu, along with electronic folding steps, unique bumpers with LED lights for the front bumper, many exterior marks, embroidered headrests, a serial plaque for the engine compartment, and a numbered plaque for the interior.
Each VelociRaptor 400 is backed by chassis dyno tuning, road testing on the company’s own racetrack and three years or 57,000 kilometers with a limited warranty. As for how much Hennessey will have for this makeover, be prepared to pony up $ 80,000 including the Badlands donor. The VelociRaptor V8, by comparison, starts at a whopping $ 225,000.