1970 Dodge Charger R/T Restomod Widebody Design with 1,200 HP V8

1970 Dodge Charger R/T Restomod Widebody Design with 1,200 HP V8

A Design Render of a Dodge Charger R/T by Euro Tuning Blog, a 1970 model and the charger works as well due to major modifications around 1.000 PS. Concretely, we have a cage motor installed in our head. and the 426 cubic inch (7,0 liter) V8 “Hellephant Engine” that debuted on the 2018 MOPAR Hellephant Charger in 2018. As mentioned earlier, it’s equipped with a powerful blower and countless other modifications like a stainless steel side tube system Sports exhaust. It shouldn’t have been 1,200 PS and 1,400 Nm of torque, and it wasn’t a problem that was actually achieved.

But of course there wasn’t just one new engine. After all, a real Restomod requires more modern components. That’s why we installed modern Challenger headlights alongside the carbon front grille, as well as the LED taillights in the carbon rear panel that come from the latest generation of muscle cars. And then there will be this XXL wide body kit.

It gives the car a smooth fusion of the front and rear body fenders, and a large one joins them with the front spoiler as well as a powerful rear diffuser. Air vents are included in the front fenders and we still have that on the inverted doors with the R/T badge. The entire body is in a wraparound glossy black finish with contrasting red detailing at waist level. Lots of small components like black window frames, a carbon exterior mirror, quick release on the hood or the charger lettering on the wide C-pillar complement the changes we made to the body. And of course the wheels, which are located in the significantly enlarged fenders, are also suitable. The choice fell on a single black rim with classic five-star optics and a wavy rim bed.

We can imagine 12 x 20 inches on the front axle as aluminum dimensions and the rear axle can handle a much more substantial portion with 15 x 21-inch rounds. We outfitted the rims with one set of low-profile tires in the format 355/25 ZR21 on the rear axle and 305/30 ZR20 on the front. And of course there is another lowering installed, either via a coilover or via the Airride air suspension. Finally, there’s the cabin, sport bucket seats, a custom foldable cage, and red interior lighting. In our eyes, the car is the main candidate for the main role in the next “Fast and the Furious” Stripes, what do you think? If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be notified of this if you simply use our feed subscription. Enjoy looking at the pictures and be honest with us!

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