People want to know what goes into a SEMA Show car, so here goes: The car must be smooth, clean, sanitary, powerful and makes a bold statement - and all at the same time. This very custom 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Project was built and exhibited by Hotchkis Performance and the Performance West Group. Yes, it's a new Challenger, but there's plenty of tribute to the Plymouth Barracuda, from the front grille to the paint to the rear deck and wing. Here are the details: Dodge 6.1 Hemi; 900 hp; Kenne Bell supercharger and intercooler; Corsa Performance cat-back dual exhaust system.
Chassis Type and Modifications: Dodge Challenger SRT-8 chassis; Hotchkis performance suspension system; SSBC disc brake upgrades; Pirelli tires; Rodtana custom wheels
Exterior Modifications: Hulst Customs Mr. Norm’s Super Cuda grille, tail panel, front and rear spoilers; Sherwin-Williams Planet Color custom paint; Sharpline Converting stripes and graphics; Mopar Performance six-pack hood; Classic Design Concepts hood pins.
Interior Modifications: Katzkin custom leather interior; Hurst shifter; Quiet Ride Solutions interior insulation; Designer Mat logo-embroidered carpet mats and trunk mat.
That enough for you? There - now you know more about the time, money, effort and engineering genius which goes into just one eye-catching car at the SEMA Show.