Video: SpeedKore’s Insane 1968 Dodge Charger Build Hellucination


SpeedKore Performance Group has done it once again with a their latest 1968 Dodge Charger build, Hellucination. Located in Grafton, Wisconsin, SpeedKore is known for making custom cars and parts out of carbon fiber. They have built some killer cars in the past, but nothing like this. 

You may have seen some of SpeedKore’s other builds like Tantrum, Hellraiser, and Evolution just to name a few. This time around SpeedKore wanted to create something even more insane and they did. 

The 1968 Dodge Charger, Hellucination, is the most extreme build yet. The car is made entirely of carbon fiber with a Hellephant power plant. Everything on this car is made of carbon fiber other than the frame and roll cage, which was also custom built by SpeedKore. The floors, wheel tubs, doors, hood, and fenders are all carbon fiber. Even the hood hinges and tail lights are all made of carbon fiber.

Powering the Hellucination is a 1000 horsepower 7.0L Hellephant crate motor with a ZF 8-speed transmission behind it. In an attempt to hold as much of the 1000 horsepower to the ground are 19×9 front wheels wrapped with 245/35ZR19 tires and 20×12 rear wheels wrapped with 345/30 ZR20. Big Brembo brakes at all four corners helps bring this beast to a stop.

For suspension, the front is a double A-arm suspension from Detroit Speed; the rear suspension is a custom four bar with diagonal link from SpeedKore. If the custom SpeedKore exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers is not music to your ears, then the 2000-Watt, six speaker, dual subwoofer audio system can play whatever music you want.

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David Kruk

David grew up around classic cars, buying his first Mopar when he was 18 and has been addicted since. He currently has a 1970 Super Bee that he drives daily and competes in autocross and road course racing. He loves doing events like Power Tour, Moparty, SCCA, and Motor State Challenge.

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