Speedcore really knows how to get the most out of a classic American performance vehicle.
The Custom Shop was hired by Stellantis Design Chief Ralph Giles to help redesign the 1968 Dodge Charger.
The remaining mods that result are called "Hallusionation" and, thanks to the 1,000 hp engine,
are at their speed.It makes sense for Gilles to take advantage
of Speedcore to bring new life to the iconic muscle car. Last year, a Wisconsin-based tuner was based on a 1970 version of Dodge's
famous Bruiser, but built a similar car for Kevin Hart.
Funnyman's Restmod is called "Hellraiser" because of its huge 426 hemi
engine and the appearance of an ominous power outage.