Meet the Maximus Charger, a 2,000hp insanity made by Nelson Supercars and Scott Spock Racing. The target was simply to build the most badass Charger of all time, so they took a 1968 model, widened the body by 5 inches, built a twin-turbo all-aluminum 9.4-litre Hemi with twin injectors per cylinder and several thousand man hours later, the Maximus was ready.
If you were like us and wanted to know more about the crazy looking ’69 Charger in the end scene of Furious 7 – we lucked out and ran into Tom Nelson from Nelson Racing Engines (NRE) at SEMA last year! Check out the MAXIMUS 1968 Charger puts down 2000hp on an 18 INCH wide tire that was cool enough to be featured in the end scene of the Fast and Furious 7 to recreate the scene from the original film in 2001- Mr. Tom Nelson himself told us about the 2,000+ hours that went into the stunning bodywork that makes this Charger what it is today!
listen to the roars of this badass car.