The tuning package is similar to the 2013 Hennessey VR1200 Twin Turbo Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. Even though the Texan tuner hasn't released any other official stats yet, we assume that the engine compartment is occupied by a 7.0-liter twin-turbo V8 fire-breathing monster. It rockets the Coupe from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds, so expect the Wagon to be a few tenths of a second slower.
In order to properly manage that kind of firepower, the CTS-V Coupe and most probably the Wagon as well have upgraded pistons, camshafts, fuel system and injectors, brakes, suspension and sway bars. An air-to-water intercooler might have found its way under the hood to properly let those turbos breathe. Expect the Wagon to be similarly priced to the CTS-V Coupe. The 2-door variant starts at a whopping $295,000.
Until we find out more information on the subject, play the video below, then close your eyes and imagine how 1.058 wheel horsepower would sound and feel on the open road, under the big deep blue Texas sky.