The widely praised Dodge Charger goes by the name ‘Evolution.’

SpeedKore, the American performance company known for its carbon-fiber vehicles, presented its one-of-one 1970 Dodge Charger at McCall’s Motorworks Revival during Monterey Car Week. The hero vehicle, which features a pre-preg carbon fiber body and Dodge Demon powerplant, stunned audiences as it was on display at the Monterey Car Week kick-off party. The breathtakingly mean and beautiful Charger, called ‘Evolution’ attended McCall’s Motorworks Revival event on Wednesday, August 14th inside the Hanger at the Monterey Jet Center.

SpeedKore Brought 1970 Dodge Charger To McCall’s Motorworks Revival

The full-carbon classic is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 from the Dodge Demon paired with a Tremec 6060 six-speed transmission, HRE Wheels, a 14-point roll cage, and full interior by Gabe’s Custom Interiors. This special powerhouse vehicle has appeared on Jay Leno’s Garage, Donut Media, and Hoonigan. It was also the winner of the Goodguys Gold Award at last year’s SEMA show.  if you were at the event and able to see this beast up close consider yourself lucky. The photos just don’t do it justice, but be sure to peep at the complete gallery below to get a feel for how breathtaking the ‘Evolution’ Charger is.

Gallery: SpeedKore Brought 1970 Dodge Charger To McCall’s Motorworks Revival

The 1970 ‘Evolution’ Dodge Charger is a $400,000 build, constructed on commission for an unidentified customer. The body was crafted by SpeedKore entirely out of carbon fiber, except for the steel floor panel, and custom billet grille and door handles. The frame has been custom-built in-house from sturdy 2-inch by 3-inch box sections. The heart and soul, as aforementioned, is a drivetrain that was taken out of a late-model Dodge Challenger Demon. The engine isn’t even a stock Hellcat Hemi, though; it’s been upgraded to deliver as much as 966 horses at the wheel! You heard that right. This bad boy nearly puts out 1,000 horsepower. This vehicle also uses Penske double-adjustable coilover shock suspension instead of Mopar’s historic torsion bars. While the car itself may not be an original condition ’70 Charger, it certainly looks the part.

SpeedKore’s ‘Evolution’ Dodge Charger is big and bad, and looks like it could win a street race while merely at a standstill.