Wisconsin-based mostly SpeedKore Overall performance Group has unleashed a mid-engine, Hellcat-powered 1969 Dodge Charger. Dubbed “Hellacious,” it really is the street-going model of a vehicle that will seem in the most current “Quick and Furious” film, “F9,” driven by Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto.

SpeedKore provided 9 chassis and bodies for filming, but as opposed to individuals autos, Hellacious was developed for street use, the business stated. That is not usually the situation with film autos.

The six.two-liter supercharged Hellcat V-eight is mounted in a customized frame, sending 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels via a Graziano gated-guide transaxle from a Lamborghini Gallardo.

To accommodate the mid-engine configuration, SpeedKore fabricated a customized exhaust method utilizing MagnaFlow parts, ending in downward-dealing with guidelines. A front-mount Saldana radiator keeps the engine amazing, whilst rear-mounted intercoolers manage cooling duties for the supercharger.



Hellacious has double A-arm front suspension and double-wishbone rear suspension, with an aftermarket steering rack and shocks to increase managing. The mid-engine muscle vehicle rides on center-lock wheels with 275/35R18 front and 345/35R18 rear tires.

Stopping electrical power is offered by Brembo six-piston calipers up front and dual Brembo four-piston calipers at the rear. The vehicle also has a hydraulic handbrake for highest sideways action.

Like SpeedKore’s prior Charger builds, Hellacious sports activities a carbon-fiber entire body. This time although, SpeedKore gave the vehicle a broad-entire body seem, whilst maintaining the authentic hideaway headlights. The interior is Spartan, with racing buckets and harnesses, a roll hoop, and a easy aluminum dashboard.

This is not the initial SpeedKore Charger to seem in a “Quick and Furious” film. The company’s 1970 Charger “Tantrum” appeared in “Furious seven,” and returns alongside Hellacious for “F9,” which is now in theaters.