Hennessey Reveals 1817 Horsepower Venom F5 Revolution

Hennessey, a performance engineering firm based in Texas, has transformed the powerful Venom F5 model into a track-focused beast. The new vehicle, which gave birth to the Venom F5 Revolution, retains Hennessey’s distinctive performance.

A brag-worthy 1,817 horsepower with a twin-turbocharged V8 powerplant competition-ready engine leads the charge. Even if the Venom F5 is just as quick, the Revolution model has received a few new improvements to give it a competitive advantage. Retuned suspension, a roof-mounted air intake, digital track telemetry, greater agility, and redesigned aerodynamic features are among the changes.


Another major change is the group’s emphasis on weight reduction, which results in the Revolution being the lightest Venom F5.

“I led engineering on some of the most extreme cars to come out of GM, including the Corvette Z06 and Cadillac CTS-V, but nothing compares to designing, developing, and refining a race car for the road like the Venom F5 Revolution,” said John ‘Heinrocket’ Heinricy, Hennessey’s chief engineer.


“From the outset, we designed the Venom F5 to be ultra-light and monstrously powerful, with dynamics to match. So, taking these ingredients and adding track-focused aerodynamics, suspension, and gearing, enabled us to create a machine that is the ultimate visceral and emotional driving experience.”

Hennessey is limiting the production to 24 units at a cost of $2.7 million USD. On Sunday, January 15, Hennessey’s Venom F5 Revolution will make its debut at the Miami Motorcar Cavalcade Concours d’Elegance.