This 1968 Dodge charger is a classic muscle car with sophisticated performance from bumper to bumper.
Speedcore is a brand known for its use of carbon fiber to create custom masterpieces, and this 1968 Dodge Charger, called “Hallucination”, was developed in collaboration with Ralph Giles, Chief Design Officer of Stalantis. Still, a floor, body and wheel tub are made entirely of carbon fiber, all housed in a Speedcore custom perimeter frame for improved handling.
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However, the invention of the hallucination charger is more than just the depth of the skin. Power comes from the 1,000-horsepower Dodge Halifant 7-liter V8, whose Brambo brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires continue to excel in performance. At the same time, the driving experience of this modern hot rod is enhanced by a state-of-the-art, KICKER’s 2000-watt audio system. The custom lighting and other custom details seen throughout the glossy carbon-fiber bodywork, as well as a custom two-seater interior, make this one-off hallucination charger a true masterpiece.