1000HP Hellephant In a '68 Charger

1000HP Hellephant In a '68 Charger - TheArsenale

Internal combustion engines may be nearing the end of their production run, but they are far from extinct.

The "Hellucination," a carbon fiber-bodied clone of the 1968 original, was the result of Stellantis design leader Ralph Gilles commissioning Speedkore to create the ultimate Dodge Charger. A 1,000-horsepower Hellephaunt supercharged V8 is mated to a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.


The engine and bodywork are mounted on a unique two-seat Speedkore chassis with staggered HRE "Hellucination" wheels measuring 19 inches in front and 20 inches in back. Brembo equips the front wheels with six-piston calipers and the rear wheels with twin four-pot calipers to bring everything to a halt. A 2,000-watt, six-speaker Kicker audio and infotainment system is installed inside.

@Images: SpeedKore