If you have $ 375,000 and you want to rule your neighbors, Hennessey is insured.
A year ago, when we first learned about the Goliath monster pickup in Hennessey. There are obviously a few trucks based on the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Trail Boss. minor Due to the upgrade and that, we mean a level of discontent that is rarely seen in the aftermarket automotive world. When Hennessy first announced the truck in September 2018, it was only a series of renderings, but a Texas-based store now has real Goliath on the streets and is no longer afraid.
First, the actual 6×6 build. Hennessey completely changes the rear suspension for extra axle. And all four wheels in the back gave the ground strength. Hennessey also created a special bed with a throw-in roll bar for extra rubber, which he puts in the air at 8 inches in height using a large lift kit. The 20-inch Hennessey wheels are shod with 37-inch BFG off-road tires and the stock bumpers are replaced by Hennessey components.
But it is not all that we have heard in September. The truck was originally released with a boost of 705 hp (526 kW). Hennessy said he could send a six wheeler at an amazing speed of 60 mph. The truck is much more modest under the hood, which boasts only 450 horsepower thanks to its cold air intake and dense stainless steel exhaust. We can still see the Brembo brakes behind the big wheels. Goliath branding can be found both inside and outside.
As for production, this plan still builds only 24 of these monsters, Silverados, at a cost of $ 375,000 each. The first product already has a buyer. Hennessey says he owns the largest potato farm in Wisconsin. This truck will surely go through the potato field without any problems. At $ 375,000, we suspect that Goliath will play a less active role in his fleet.