The company aims to deliver more than 20 cars this year.
Supply chain issues have impacted the entire industry from giants like General Motors down to small boutique companies like Hennessey. But that hasn't stopped Hennessey from delivering its 10th Venom F5 Coupe over the holidays. The owner of the 10th Hennessey Venom F5 (finished in metallic blue with white stripes) took delivery at Hennessey Special Vehicles headquarters in Sealy, Texas.
With each car producing over 1,800 horsepower from a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V8, Hennessey has now delivered more than 18,000 hp to its customers. The Venom F5 is priced at $3 million, meaning the company has already taken in over $30 million to date. Between this coupe and the 2023 Hennessey Venom F5 Roadster, a dozen examples of the American hypercar have been built.
"Manufacturing a hypercar requires a team effort on a global scale, and I could not be prouder of our accomplishments," said John Hennessey, company Founder and CEO. "Each bespoke commission is visually stunning, an imaginative collection of colors and materials befitting a vehicle of this caliber. Our clientele is thrilled by the Venom F5 and simply astonished by its performance."
All 24 Venom F5 Coupes were sold out back in 2021, but customers can still order one of the 30 Roadster models. Both models should be able to crack over 300 mph.
Despite challenging supply chain issues, Hennessey says it plans to increase Venom F5 production this year. The small company will deliver more than 20 hypercars in 2023, but it's unclear how many of those will be coupes and how many will be roadsters. Hennessey only has 14 coupes left to deliver but around 28 roadsters still to build. The company says it plans to expand its manufacturing capacity this year, meaning it could theoretically wrap up Venom F5 production by the end of 2024. All that's left is to finally prove that 300 mph top speed claim.
Hennessey also revealed that a new variant of Venom F5 will be unveiled at the Motorcar Cavalcade Concours d'Elegance on Sunday, January 15.