In 1991, General Motors released one of the fastest vehicles it had ever made. It wasn't the Corvette ZR-1, although the King of the Hill had a faster top speed. It was the GMC Syclone, based on the Sonoma small pickup. With a turbocharged 4.3-liter V6 and all-wheel-drive, the Syclone thundered from 0-60 in 4.3 seconds, a second faster than a Ferrari Testarossa. Now Special Vehicle Engineering is bringing the Syclone back based on the two- and four-wheel-drive versions of the GMC Canyon. The centerpiece of the Syclone is a supercharged 3.6-liter V6 making 455 horsepower with a completely upgraded suspension and brakes to reign in all that power. Six-piston calipers replace the stock units, and the ride height is lowered two inches in the front and five inches in the rear. The truck rides on twenty-inch wheels and high-performance tires and the interior is redone with new seats and trim. Only 100 will be made, compared to the 2,995 original Syclones.