The Americans built a carbon fiber Dodge Charger with the engine from the “Demon” (photo)

Tuning Studio Speedkore from Wisconsin has prepared for the SEMA show muscle car Evolution, which looks like a Dodge Charger 1970 sample. The car is built around a custom-engineered frame with body panels of carbon fiber and is equipped with a compressor motor from extreme Challenger SRT Demon.

Staff Speedkore designed to machine a custom chassis on a steel ladder-type frame with aluminum floor. The body panels are primarily made of carbon, a part machined from solid billet aluminum. The rigidity of the body torsion has increased due to the integrated roll cage.

Under the hood of “Evolution” has placed a 6.2-liter V8 engine with drive supercharger, replacing this pulley, fuel injectors, and supplies the lubrication system with dry sump and special inlet and outlet manifolds. After modifications the output of the motor, mated to a six-speed “mechanics” Tremec T-56, grew from 850 to 979 HP.

Musclecar equipped with adjustable height and stiffness suspension struts, forged HRE wheels and Brembo brakes with sectionseven front calipers and four piston rear.

In 2015, Speedkore built a hardcore Dodge Charger, called the Tantrum. Dvuhdverka equipped with a 9,0-litre twin-turbo V8 producing Mercury Marine originally designed for racing boats. The output of the unit amounted to 1673 horsepower.

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