1968 Dodge Super Charger ‘Hellephant’

Nov 1, 2018

Category: Rides

Mopar dethrones the powerful 840-hp Dodge Demon by unleashing a devilish 426 Supercharged Crate HEMI engine built to terrorize the road. Dubbed the Hellephant, this nasty motor is presented in a beautiful black 1968 Dodge Super Charger concept muscle car.

Producing a diabolical 1,000 hp with 950 lb-ft of torque, this engine is the epitome of a monster machine. The engine block is made from aluminum, weighing 100 pounds less than the iron block equivalent, all internal parts are forged, and the stroke and bore were increased. The insane motor comes with a water pump, flywheel, front sump oil pan, supercharger throttle body, fuel injectors, and coil packs. This is the first 1,000-hp crate engine offered by an OEM and it’s constructed for pre-1976 streetcars and off-road vehicles. The curvy 1968 Dodge Charger with designer Richard Sias’ double-diamond coke bottle profile is the perfect car to house the HEMI crate.
The engine kit will be available in 2019.

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