Hennessey is on a roll. And with six wheels at that.
Hennessey is already making big waves with the Venom F5, a car with outlandish capabilities and mesmerizing innovation. But Hennessey is not the type of company to rest on its laurels. Today, they’ve announced “Project Deep Space,” a six-wheel-drive, all-electric, ultra-luxe grand tourer that is supposed to begin production in 2026. With this new car, Hennessey plans to push the boundaries of what is possible, but as we know, Hennessey has done that with every car it makes. Some of what we can expect is insane amounts of power and performance, the quickest accelerating four-seater from 0-200 mph, “private jet luxury,” dramatic gullwing doors, and room for four sets of carry-on luggage in the front and four sets of golf clubs in the back.
By nature, the two extra wheels increase surface contact by 50% compared to cars with four wheels, increasing grip and acceleration by incredible amounts, and combined with the fact that each of those six wheels will have a dedicated electric motor, Project Deep Space will be an incredibly performing car, to say the least. Of course, this all comes at a price, and the price Hennessey is asking for is quite high at $3 million. This would make Project Deep Space the most expensive electric car in the world, but we aren’t that surprised. Hennessey is no stranger to breaking records.