Don’t know if you ever heard about car tuning company SpeedKore Performance Group or not, but they are doing pretty awesome car jobs. The recently hit on internet is converted Dodge Charger 1970 with lots of carbon fiber, aluminum and generally just an evil look that is beautifully backed by a DOHC 9.0-liter V8 from Mercury Racing. The company is well-known for speed boats work. This engine usually sits in a boat, where it delivers 1,650 horsepower. This particular 1970 Charger has got custom grille and LED headlights. The front hood, bumper and the front fenders are made of carbon fiber.
Furthermore a bespoke exhaust system and Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires are fitted on on 19-inch front and 20-inch rear HRE wheels. Rock Valley-developed custom stainless steel fuel tank this beast keep enough gasoline to roar long way.
Available at speedkore.com for $TBA