Dodge Charger “Hellucination” with 1000 Horsepower

Dodge Charger "Hellucination" Front

Today we are going to pay attention to this 1968 Dodge Charger so called Hellucination built by Speedkore. First, let’s make clear, besides the classic look of this Mopar, every single detail on this ‘68 Charger is made of high-tech materials and the latest technology. For example, the complete body is made of carbon fiber composite material, which makes him super light.  And also, shares many details with the modern Dodge Demon such as the massive hood scoop and the engine underneath and many other details. Although it has a classic look, this Mopar is more modern than nowadays supercars.   

Dodge Charger "Hellucination" Interior

The interior of this Dodge Charger Hellucination is built from scratch. Inside we can see a modern interpretation of the classic design. The traditional dashboard has been replaced with modern analog gauges, while the futuristic three-spoke steering wheels is made of aluminum. At the center console, there are basic gauges, climate control, an automatic shifter, and an armrest. For the bucket seats and the side panels, high-quality leather is used, stitched with orange thread. This interior only can be described as NASA-grade quality and design.    

Dodge Charger "Hellucination" Hemi Engine

The engine under the hood is the latest Chrisler creation. 426 cubic-inch, 7.0-liter all-aluminum Hellephant V8 engine, equipped with a 3.0-liter IHI supercharger that gives 15 psi of boost. This engine produces a massive 1200 horsepower at the crank and 1000 horsepower and 950 lb.-ft. Of torque at the rear wheels. Behind the engine, there is a ZF 8-speed automatic transmission system. The awesome wheels are bespoke forged HRE Wheels equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport S tires.  For safe braking there is a Brembo brakes, 6-piston and 400 mm vented rotors up front, and 4-piston calipers and 350 mm rotors at the back. At the end, we can describe this carbon fiber Dodge Charger as a classic American muscle car, that is a direct threat to modern supercars.     


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