Supercars and hypercars are awesome, but there’s really nothing that has more attitude than a beautifully recreated muscle car, especially when it’s clad in carbon fiber. SpeedKore just built a 1970 Dodge Charger for actor and comedian Kevin Hart who wrecked his Speedkore 1970 Hellcat Plymouth Barracuda (and almost killed himself in the process). The Hellraiser was done by scanning a 1970 Charger for CNC-machined molds, which took on Aerospace-grade carbon fiber. The body panels were then mounted on a custom SpeedKore frame with an integrated 14-point roll cage. The finished work exposes the matte carbon fiber weave for unparalleled stealthy beauty. Power comes from a supercharged 7.0-liter Dodge Hellphant V8 good for 1,000 horsepower, so it’s got the go to back up the show. Robust suspension components are both custom made and also sourced from a C6 Corvette. The interior gets supportive Recaro sport seats, customer analog gauges, a custom center console, and red accents throughout. The best part, however, is the exposed supercharger that pops through the hood with its own carbon fiber shroud. Let’s hope Hart goes to performance driving school and learns how to keep this one shiny side up.