This is the 2000 hp ’68 Dodge Charger ‘Maximus’ from Furious 7

This is the 2000 hp ’68 Dodge Charger ‘Maximus’ from Furious 7

Collectors got a chance to put their name on the title of the Dodge Charger Maximus, the same car that Vin Diesel drove in the end scene of the movie Furious 7. The one-of-a-kind Dodge Charger was offered at the Riyadh auction.

The Dodge Charger Maximus is described as a one-off innovation, using a custom Scott Spock Racing chassis that is 400 percent stiffer than the original chassis and of course that gorgeous 5-inch-wide chassis than the original.

The structure took over 16,000 hours to be completed and has no paint in order to show off the stunning metalwork under a custom clear coat.

Under the hood is Tom Nelson’s patented 9.4-liter twin-turbo Hemi V8 engine, producing over 2,250 horsepower, making the Maximus capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 1.8 seconds, And get that, 0-160 mph (257 km/h) in just 8 seconds. Did we mention it’s completely legal on the road?

The fully adjustable coilover suspension comes with custom geometry, there are adjustable swing bars and the brakes use massive 14-inch rotors with six-piston calipers. There is also a GPS-based traction control system.

The interior is trimmed in Italian leather and features dense German carpeting, as well as sound and heat insulation to keep passengers comfortable. There’s also a custom SSR audio system while the original AM radio along with an IOS touchscreen is hidden behind an automated panel on the dashboard.

The car’s fame will only grow even stronger, as Maximus Charger has been asked to star Fast & Furious 9 and 10 movies and has been computer-generated for use in the upcoming Forza Racing video game, among other things.

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