Look at the first Hennessey Goliath 6×6 truck in action.July 18, 2019
Hennessey Goliath 6×6 hefty pickup costs $ 375,000 and a total of 24 copies will be built.
It was a little less than a year ago when we first learned about this monstrous pickup from the famous Hennessey tuning studio called Goliath. Based on the 2019 model year Chevrolet Silverado’s full-size Chevrolet truck, the project obviously has some upgrades that improve the off-road qualities of a pickup truck very, very well. When Hennessy first announced this truck in September 2018, a series of visualizations was published, but now we have a real Goliath on the street and, in general, it looks even more terrifying in motion.
Hennessey completely changes the rear suspension to install an additional axle – now all four rear wheels are leading.
The guys also built a special cargo platform with a crossbeam to accommodate additional rubber, and it rises eight inches up with a large lifting kit. The 20-inch Hennessey wheels are equipped with 37-inch off-road BFG tires, and the standard shock absorbers are replaced with more productive ones.
Initially, it was announced that the truck will receive power up to 705 horsepower, which, according to Hennessy, can accelerate a 6-wheeled vehicle to 100 km / h in an incredible 4.5 seconds. In fact, the motor can produce 450 horsepower due to cold air intake and advanced stainless steel exhaust. We still see the Brembo brakes behind the big wheels, and the Goliath trademark can be found both inside and outside.
As for production, the plan is still to build only 24 of these monsters at a price of $ 375,000. The former already has a buyer, a gentleman who, according to Hennessy, owns the largest potato farm in Wisconsin.
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