According to foreign media reports, FCA officially released the 'Hell Elephant' engine, which was inspired by the 'Hell Cat' engine. Its Mopar launched a most powerful engine - Supercharged Mopar Crate HEMI Engine, nicknamed 'Hell Like ', the 7.0 L V8 engine has a maximum power output and peak torque of 1000 hp and 950 lb-ft.
The engine can be assembled into any model that was produced before 1976. Mopar engineers hope to make the Hell Elephant engine a plug-and-play engine.
The name of the engine is designed to pay tribute to the legendary Mopar 426 HEMI Engine, which is nicknamed the 'elephant', which is named for its size and power output. The FCA is designed to work with older models. Matching, but that doesn't mean the design of the engine is nothing new. In fact, many designs are derived from the 'Demon' and 'Hellcat' engines, whose bonnets are derived from 'Hell' The red eye (Hellcat Redeye) engine, the valve structure of the valve, the valve locks, the brackets are all derived from the 'devil' engine.
In addition to the engine, Mopar also offers the corresponding kits, including: Powertrain control module, power distribution center, engine wiring harness, chassis harness, accelerator pedal, accelerator pedal, grounding Ground jumper, oxygen sensors, charge air temperature sensors, fuel pump control modules, cam bus interface devices.
The engine is paired with the 1968 Dodge 'Super Charger' concept, featuring the same 'Hell Elephant' engine, paired with the T-6060 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat manual six-speed gearbox, and uses Alfa Romeo Stelvio. The exhaust tips of the exhaust system and the seats of the Dodge Viper.
The 'Hell Elephant' engine will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2019, followed by a number of older Dodge Chargers, but the latter's maximum power output will reach 1000 Hp.