Dodge Charger with a 9.4 liter engine from Fast and the Furious will be sold at auctionNovember 22, 2019
Unique Dodge Charger concept with more than 2,000 horsepower will go under the hammer in Riyadh.
The car gained popularity after participating in the filming of the seventh part of “Fast and the Furious” – the hero of Vin Diesel, Dominic Torettor, was in the famous final scene behind the wheel of a steel-tone muscle car.
Custom Charger Maximus only looks like a simple Dodge 1968 production year. Custom is equipped with a twin-turbocharged 9.4-liter Hemi V8 engine rated at 2,250 hp. on special racing gasoline and about 600 hp in plain American 91st fuel. The machine was built by specialists from Scott Spock Racing and Nelson Racing Engines.
To realize the outstanding power plant output, the cars were equipped with a custom design instead of a full-time body 12.5 cm wider and 400% stiffer than the original. The exterior of the Charger was developed over 4,000 hours – there is no paint on the case, and a special transparent coating for metal acts as protection against external influences.
The chassis was assembled from scratch: an adjustable suspension with individual geometry is used, there are special lateral traction. For stable behavior on the road, 6-piston brakes and wide 18-inch racing tires were used. The car accelerates to the first “hundred” in about 2 seconds.
In the interior design of the custom, Italian leather in retro style was used, the noise and vibration insulation of the machine was improved. The car is also equipped with a special SSR audio system and an infotainment complex with a touch screen that supports Apple CarPlay.
It is assumed that Maximus may appear in a new episode of the movie “Fast and the Furious” and will be the prototype for video games, and, therefore, the popularity and value of the machine will only increase over time. The auction in Riyadh will be held on November 23.
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