Dodge Super Charger Concept + Hellephant engine = 1.014 HP of power
Since the Fiat I took control of the late Chrysler Group LLC the importance of Mopar has grown. The components and personalization division of the FCA Group is doing a very good job. One of the best is the development of its last creature, the Hellephant engine. This is the nickname given to this mechanic that yields nothing more and nothing less than 1014 HP of power.
To make known his most recent creature, they have gone to the SEMA Show Angeles. In the American event, they presented a preparation of a Dodge Charger from 1968. The Dodge Super Charger Concept , which is what this brown beast is called, has been put on day to give authentic fear to its possible rivals. For this it has received aesthetic changes that update its image, although the most important change is under its hood.
What secrets does the Dodge Super Charger Concept hide?
The Dodge Super Charger Concept features the Hellephan 426 Supercharged Mopa Crate HEMI Engine engine. This tongue twister hides a gasoline block V8 with 7.0 liters of displacement that yields no more or less than 1014 HP . With such potential, it is expected that the benefits (and consumption) of this model will be very high. However, neither Mopar nor the FCA Group have provided data on this.
The move to production of this preparation has already been confirmed by Mopar . The way in which its distribution will be carried out will be under request and as an accessory. In this way, customers who wish to increase the performance of their muscle car can do so. The beginning of its commercialization is scheduled for the first days of next year (2019). The estimated sale price has not been confirmed, although it will be higher than the one with the Hellcat version.
As expected, and as with the brand, the Hellephant mechanics it will not be available in Europe. However, through the network of parallel importers we could get one. Another issue will be to homologate it for road traffic.