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

The Dodge Charger Maximus is described as a one-off creation, using a custom chassis from Scott Spock Racing that’s 400 percent more rigid than the original and of course that gorgeous custom metal body that’s wider by 5 inches compared to the original.

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

Under the bonnet lies a patented twin-turbo 9.4-liter Hemi V8 engine built by Tom Nelson, producing over 2,250 HP, making the Maximus capable of a 0-60 mph (96 km/h) in 1.8 seconds and, get this, 0-160 mph (257km/h) in just 8 seconds. Did we mention that it’s fully road-legal?

The fully adjustable coilover suspension comes with a bespoke geometry, there are adjustable sway bars and the brakes utilize massive 14-inch rotors with six-piston calipers. There’s also a GPS-based traction control system.

The interior is trimmed in Italian leather and features dense German carpets, as well as sound- and heat-proofing to keep the occupants comfortable. A custom SSR Sound system is also present while the original AM radio along with an IOS-based touchscreen display are hidden behind a robotized panel on the dash.

The celebrity status of the vehicle will grow even stronger, as the Maximus Charger has been requested to participate in the upcoming Fast & Furious 9 and 10 films and has been computer-modeled for use in an upcoming Forza Racing video game, among other.

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