Today, we'll tell you about the Dodge Charger Maximus, which Vin Diesel drove in the last sequence of the film Furious 7. This Dodge Charger Maximus is said to be a one-off because of its bespoke metal body and a Scott Spock Racing frame that is 400% stiffer than the original.
Over 16,000 hours went into the bodywork, and it was left unpainted so that the beautiful metalwork behind the special clear finish could shine through.
Tom Nelson's innovative twin-turbo 9.4-liter Hemi V8 engine produces over 2,250 horsepower, allowing the Dodge Charger Maximus to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 1.8 seconds and 0-160 mph in under 8 seconds. The brakes use huge 14-inch rotors with six-piston calipers, the sway bars are flexible, and the coilover suspension has a unique configuration.
In addition, there's a GPS-based traction control system. Italian leather lines the seats and doors, German carpeting adds luxury underfoot, and advanced soundproofing and climate control ensure that passengers experience no disruptions.