ExoMod’s C68 Is A 1,000 HP Carbon Fiber Monster

Modern muscle cars have taken the art of combining horsepower and technology to new heights. It’s amazing you can go to your local Dodge dealer and buy a car off the lot that makes almost 1,000 horsepower, comes with a warranty, and actually has good street manners.

What if you could take that car’s foundation, wrap it in carbon fiber, and make it look like a widebody 1968 Dodge Charger? Well, ExoMod Concepts can make that happen with its new C68 creation. ExoMod will take a new Hellcat Challenger, strip it down to a shell, and rebody it as a carbon fiber 1968 Dodge Charger. This new carbon fiber body sheds 450 pounds, and makes the car a full four inches wider than the original Charger.

The C68 is more than a new Charger that’s received a facelift, ExoMod also adds some serious horsepower to the build. ExoMod has teamed up with Hennessey Performance to upgrade the modern HEMI to make 1,000 horsepower at 6,500 RPM and 948 lb-ft of torque at 4,200 RPM. This increase in horsepower comes from upper and lower pulley upgrades, a ported supercharger snout, a free-flowing exhaust, and new engine calibration from Hennessey.

The team at ExoMod Concepts spends over 1,500 hours on each C68 build to ensure it’s perfect. These cars also come with a two-year/24,000-mile warranty from Hennessey Performance. ExoMod Concepts only plans on building 10 of its C68 monsters. So, you’re getting a truly unique custom car that makes a ton of horsepower, can be driven anywhere, and has a warranty.

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“Our distinctive ‘widebody 1968 Charger’ is a modern supercar powered by a 1,000 horsepower V8 tuned by Hennessey Performance,” says Rick Katzeff, CEO of ExoMod Concepts. “The awe-inspiring powertrain, from a company that has been making ‘fast cars faster’ for more than 30 years, perfectly complements our custom carbon fiber bespoke building process.”

You can learn more about the C68 right here on the ExoMod Concepts website.

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