We’ve seen Kevin Hart’s “Hellraiser” and the Fast & Furious clone dubbed the “Hellacious. ” Two spectacular vintage muscle cars were given new life with the assistance of carbon fiber and new Hemi V8 engines. SpeedKore is at it again with another carbon-fiber rebody of a legendary 1970 Dodge Charger. This one has been dubbed the ‘Ghost,’ and just like other SpeedKore creations, its intention is to turn heads, bring power, and be the envy of all who bear witness to it.
1970 Dodge Charger SpeedKore ‘Ghost’: Details
The SpeedKore 1970 Dodge Charger ‘Ghost’ is the latest version of SpeedKore’s mission to fabricate the ultimate 1970 Dodge Charger, not just in the United States but in the world. The ‘Ghost’ was made with an assortment of aftermarket parts. For example, the wheels come from HRE; the suspension is crafted from parts from Penske and Detroit Speed, Woodward, and SpeedKore; the brakes are, unsurprisingly, Brembo. All this comes together to create a beautiful, high-performance car underneath, but things don’t stop there.
SpeedKore didn’t provide any power figures, though it’s clear that the “re-worked” 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 makes well over 700 horsepower, which goes straight to the rear wheels to throw the driver and passenger into the seats with a mighty roar. Whatever the power figures are, it’s sure to be a thrill to drive or ride in, thanks to the lightweight carbon-fiber body, which makes an absurd power-to-weight ratio for the 1970 Dodge Charger Ghost.
The car appears to have a custom grille paired with custom front lights. Though it’s dubbed the Ghost, it could also pass as a Star Wars Stormtrooper with the car’s white and black exterior theme. The attention to detail from the outside of the vehicle to the engine bay and suspension can also be found on the inside. Overall, it’s just a spectacular car, but nothing that shouldn’t be expected from SpeedKore at this point.