Hennessey celebrates 30th anniversary with 1,000hp Exorcist Camaro

    Of the Exorcist’s 100-car production run, 30 are reserved for the anniversary edition.

    Published On Jul 29, 2021 09:00:00 AM


    US-based Hennessey will produce a limited-run version of the Chevrolet Camaro 'Exorcist' to mark the firm’s 30-year anniversary. 

    • 1,000hp, 6.2-litre supercharged V8
    • Coupe and convertible body styles
    • Limited to 30 units

    Hennessey Exorcist 30th Anniversary Camaro: what is it?

    The Hennessey Exorcist 30th Anniversary Camaro is marked out from the 'standard' Exorcist by bespoke commemorative badging and a unique red and black paint scheme. Each car will receive an individual build number, inscribed on the car’s chassis plate.

    The special-edition model gains the same upgraded supercharger, high-flow air induction system and custom camshaft as the stock Exorcist, along with its upgraded valve springs, intakes, lifters and pushrods. The car also receives a high-flow catalytic converter and an HPE engine management calibration over the standard Camaro.

    Hennessey Exorcist 30th Anniversary Camaro: engine and performance

    Under the hood, the Hennessey Exorcist 30th Anniversary Camaro uses a 6.2-litre, supercharged V8 engine that has been tuned to produce over 1,000hp and 1,197Nm. This allows the Exorcist to do the 0-100kph sprint in 2.1sec and go on to hit a top speed of 350kph.

    Hennessey Exorcist 30th Anniversary Camaro: availability

    The special-edition model can also be specified as a convertible or a coupe, with a choice of manual or automatic transmissions. The firm says it’s available to both, US and worldwide customers.

    The 30 special-edition models will complete the brand’s 100-car production run of the Exorcist, which originally went on sale in 2017 as a rival to the Dodge Demon.

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