For automotive fans everywhere, SEMA is a lot like Christmas. And, like the holiday, the best gifts often come in the biggest, most-impressive packages. Take the 1970 Dodge Charger ‘Evolution’ by SpeedKore as an example. This monolithic American Muscle Car is the most advanced Charger ever built.
Based on the brand’s ‘Tantrum’ Charger — made famous by the Fast & Furious car film franchise — this magnificent ride is perhaps the most ambitious build SpeedKore has ever embarked upon. And that’s due to the fact that it boasts a fully-carbon fiber body structure, meaning everything from its hood, doors, roof, and side panels — everything — is made from carbon fiber. And that weight-saving structure is only bolstered by the fact that they didn’t hold back on power, as the ‘Evolution’ also features a 6.2L supercharged V8 DRT Demon engine under the hood, modified to send all of 966 horsepower to the wheels. It sounds bold to say, but this monumental vehicle is a real game-changer in the world of muscle cars.
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