Kevin Hart's Carbon Fiber 1970 Dodge Charger
Kevin Hart is one of the most renowned comedians in the world, his humour has left many of us in stitches from laughter. When Hart is not in front of the camera or spending time with his family, he can be seen cruising around in his muscle car collection. Hart has quite the taste for vintage muscle cars and recently added a customized 1970 Dodge Charger to his collection.
The comedian’s new ride was custom built by Speedkore, who are best known for their incredible work on American-made muscle cars. This one-of-a-kind carbon fiber 1970 Dodge Charger has been named the ‘Hellraiser’ and is powered by a supercharged 7.0-liter V8 Hellephant crate engine that produces a whopping 745kW and 1288 Nm of torque. To top this off, this customized beast will get paired with a Demon-spec ZF 8HP90 8-speed automatic transmission, which will offer significantly better performance than the original 3-speed automatic gearbox.
On the outside, it seems that the original Charger design and shape have been kept, with the only changes been made to its body which now comes in exposed carbon fiber. The Charger has also gotten a more stylish and dominating appeal, and that is thanks to its blacked-out colour scheme. The Charger will come with a C6 Corvette front suspension and Ford rear suspension. In terms of wheels, the muscle car gets three-piece HRE wheels which are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. The cabin of the Charger has also been redesigned and gets equipped with Recaro GT Sportster seats with 4-point Simpson Racing harnesses as well as a custom-made audio system.
As for how much Hart spent on his new custom ride, nothing has been revealed. Rumours have been circulating, that the star may have spent about $700 000 which works to roughly R10 184 230.