SpeedKore Unveils ‘Ghost’ It’s Latest Carbon-Fiber Dodge Charger

Custom Carbon Fiber 1970 Charger Features HELLCAT V8 and 6-Speed Manual..

SpeedKore Performance Group, the performance wizards renowned for their mastery of carbon fiber, has just revealed their latest masterpiece at the Grand National Roadster Show – the “Ghost.” This reimagined 1970 Dodge Charger turns heads with its ghostly white finish and cutting-edge features that bring this classic muscle car into the modern era.

Exterior –

1970 Dodge Charger “Ghost” by SpeedKore. (Larry Chen).

The Ghost boasts a full carbon-fiber body, floor, and wheel tubs – a sleek upgrade from the traditional metal. The carbon fiber gives it a unique appearance and reduces weight, enhancing performance. The custom-designed SpeedKore chassis ensures top-notch handling, blending timeless design with aerospace-grade materials.

Performance –

1970 Dodge Charger “Ghost” by SpeedKore. (Larry Chen).

Under the hood, the Ghost roars to life with a reworked supercharged 6.2-liter (370 cubic-inch) HEMI® HELLCAT V8, delivering 717 horsepower to the rear wheels through a 6-speed TREMEC manual transmission. The supercharged V8 breathes through a custom headers and exhaust system with Magnaflow mufflers, providing a thrilling soundtrack to match its performance.

Chassis and Suspension –

1970 Dodge Charger “Ghost” by SpeedKore. (Larry Chen).

Thanks to its carbon-fiber construction, the Ghost’s low center of gravity is complemented by a CAD-designed SpeedKore perimeter frame. The 14-point roll cage adds rigidity and safety, while the Detroit Speed suspension and Brembo brakes ensure a smooth ride and quick stops. The car rides on custom HRE wheels (19-inch x 9-inch, front / 20-inch x 12-inch, rear) wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S rubber.

Design Details –

1970 Dodge Charger “Ghost” by SpeedKore. (Larry Chen).

The Ghost’s exterior features a machined aluminum grille, custom LED headlights, and an elongated greenhouse for a seamless, uninterrupted look. Shaved rain gutters and flush-mounted glass enhance its aerodynamic profile. 

Interior –

1970 Dodge Charger “Ghost” by SpeedKore. (Larry Chen).

Inside, the Ghost blends classic Mopar style and modern comfort. Carbon-fiber dash, door panels, and rear interior quarter panels meet leather-trimmed seats. The cabin has a custom center console and a powerful 2,000-watt Bluetooth-driven audio system for a complete driving experience.

SpeedKore’s Ghost is not just a classic car; it’s a masterpiece of modern engineering and design. With its carbon-fiber construction, powerful HELLCAT engine, and meticulous attention to detail, the Ghost redefines what a muscle car can be. For more information on this groundbreaking creation and SpeedKore’s carbon-fiber innovations, visit www.speedkore.com.

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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Do these Speedkore cars pass emissions, like can they be street legal?

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Do these Speedkore cars pass emissions, like can they be street legal?

I assume so, they are registered and use Chrysler crate engines.

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