SpeedKore Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
Dodge’s superlative friendly Challenger SRT Hellcat, more specifically its 707-hp powered Hemi V-8 motor, is swift, enormous, and really dense. That’s because the Challenger is a four-wheeled hog, remember, these aren’t little vehicles, and they’re made predominantly of good aged alloy. SpeedKore Performance decided to fling the enormous Dodge on a fare for SEMA and it turned out to be an enormous one. The Challenger you see here is expressed to be 600 pounds lightweight than the plant version.
This got possible as if you look closely at that body it ain’t a cover. SpeedKore actually made a whole Challenger body from carbon material. And with the omission of a few painted-on graphics, the Dodge went ahead and left the body’s carbon-material twist on full display beneath a clear-coat finish. Because reducing hundreds of pounds from the Challenger’s curb weight apparently wasn’t enough of a performance-boosting move, SpeedKore cranked the Hellcat V-8 to make 1100 rear-wheel horsepower using a brand-new compressor