The sun might be setting on the mass production of internal combustion engines, but they aren't dead yet. Stellantis design chief Ralph Gilles tapped Speedkore to craft the ultimate Dodge Charger, with the result being the "Hellucination", a carbon fiber-bodied clone of the 1968 original. Under the hood is a 1,000-horsepower Hellephaunt supercharged V8 backed by a ZF eight-speed automatic. The powertrain and bodywork rest on a custom two-seat Speedkore chassis, riding on staggered bespoke HRE "Hellucination" wheels measuring 19 inches front and 20 inches rear. Brembo provides six-piston calipers for the front wheels and dual four-pot calipers for the rear to bring everything to a stop. Inside is a custom interior with a 2,000-watt, six-speaker Kicker audio and infotainment system.