Get ready for a thrilling ride! Hennessey Performance Engineering, the renowned Texas-based tuner, has taken the Cadillac Escalade-V to new heights.
Dubbed the H1000 package, this modification propels the Escalade into an exclusive club of vehicles with four-digit horsepower. The result? An astonishing 1,005 HP and over 880 pound-feet of torque, making this luxury SUV a true beast on the road.
The non-tuned Cadillac Escalade-V runs on a 6.2-liter V8 engine, delivering a nice amount of 682 hp and 653 lb-ft of torque. However, Hennessey wanted more than just 'nice.' They added a high-flow air induction system, a bespoke camshaft, an enhanced exhaust, advanced catalytic converters, and new intake valves. And made it all even better with a three-year / 36,000-mile warranty.
On another hand, the automotive world is buzzing with rumors about Mercedes possibly relocating its EQS SUV production. According to sources cited by Automotive News Europe, Mercedes might move the manufacturing of this model from Vance, Alabama, to Bremen, Germany, post-2025. This shift would allow the Alabama facility to focus on the production of the anticipated EQC model, which is speculated to include both SUV and sedan variants.
While the US division of Mercedes has refrained from commenting on these speculations, it’s clear that the automotive industry is constantly evolving, with companies continually adapting to meet market demands and technological advancements.
So, whether you're a fan of heart-racing horsepower or keen on the latest industry shifts, these developments from Hennessey and Mercedes are sure to keep the automotive world abuzz.