Speedkore, an American tuning company, has showcased its immensely detailed and handcrafted 1970 Dodge Charger at California’s car week. That’s this week. And while this Charger’s not a brand-new thing—indeed, we first saw it late last year—it remains a very interesting thing. Quite wonderful, some of you might say.
That’s because Speedkore has custom designed a tw0-by-three-inch box-frame chassis, and laid a full carbon-fiber body over it. Like, full carbon fiber—arches, doors, roof, bumpers. All carbon-fiber everything.
The company has also rather excellently dropped in the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 from the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, along with a custom-built stainless-steel exhaust and a six-speed Tremec ‘6060’ gearbox.
All in, the car dubbed ‘Evolution’ kicks out 960hp at the rear wheels, and helping manage at least some of that are coilovers from Penske, 19-inch front and 20-inch rear HRE wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires, and a 14-point roll cage in case things get topsy-turvy.
It’s a world of restomodded goodness inside, too, with carbon door panels, a custom-built dash, center console, and steering column, and Recaro seats surrounded by ‘Cigar’ leather.
As mentioned, Speedkore has showed off the car at McCall’s Motorworks Revival in Monterey, as part of Monterey’s week-long celebration of the humble automobile. The cost is $400,000 (around P20.9 million), depending on each customers’ individual specification.
So, is this your kind of thing?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.