The 1968 Dodge Charger ‘Hellucination’ has 1000 hp and was made for the head of design Stellantis

The 1968 Dodge Charger is already an icon in itself, but when you combine it with the mind of Stellantis chief design Ralph Gilles and the people of SpeedKore , you know you’ll get something truly special. With 1000 hp and a complete carbon fiber body, this monster is called “Hellucination”.
It is powered by a 1013 hp (745 kW) Hellephant V8 connected to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission. There is also a 3.0-liter compressor that gives extra power. The exterior of this Charger is almost completely lined with carbon fiber and finished with a transparent coating. The bonnet is specially made by SpeedKore, as is the carbon fiber floor panel.
HRE rims called Hellucination are found on every corner – 19-inch front and 20-inch rear. Huge 345 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rear tires help to transfer a lot of power to the ground. When it comes to braking, large Brembo six-piston brake calipers do most of the work. There’s also SpeedKore’s exhaust system that produces stunning engine sound.
Stellantis ’chief designer Ralph Giles gave the main guidelines during the making of Hellucination. This includes an interior where you will find a mix of retro style with some futuristic elements. Classic analog gauges are located in front of the steering wheel, and a large Hellephant badge is located in the middle of the rev counter.