1525-hp version of Dodge Charger will be shown at SEMA

1525-hp version of Dodge Charger will be shown at SEMA

November 5, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

This version of the American sports legend received a highly upgraded 6.2-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The total engine power is 1525 hp

This year, the SEMA Show tuning exhibition is becoming the place where crazy projects will be shown. Among them, it is worth highlighting an unusual version of the American sports sedan Dodge Charger. What is so unusual about her? The thing is that the car received a 1525-horsepower power unit. First introduced a month ago, this car was developed by SpeedKore in collaboration with engineers at MagnaFlow and HP Tuners.

  As the basis of the project, the 2019 Dodge Charger Pursuit was used, which then received a wide-body carbon fiber aerodynamic body kit. This durable and lightweight material makes the front bumper, rear spoiler, rear bumper and rear diffuser.

Under the hood is a 6.2-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It has been heavily modified and is now equipped with two Precision 6466 ball-bearing turbochargers instead of the factory-built supercharger that stood there before.

A fuel system with three pumps and a Dynamics 1700cc injector delivers E85 fuel to the engine.

  Initial torque tests showed that the Dodge Charger could deliver 1,525 horsepower. According to the representatives of the SpeedKore tuning studio, their specialists will continue to work on the car engine after the SEMA Show 2019, so we can expect that the motor power can be increased. Torque is transmitted to all four wheels through a custom-built Hellraiser Performance transmission with a transfer case created by Traction Products, an FTI torque converter and a carbon-fiber drive shaft.

Not so long ago, we wrote that at the SEMA exhibition they will show the 750-hp version of the Nissan 370Z coupe. The special version of the iconic sports car was very well prepared for racing. The car will be shown at the SEMA tuning exhibition. It is on this car that the Nissan team will take part in the 2020 Global Time Attack races.