The unique 1968 Dodge Charger restomod has a Hellephant crate engine, flair, and attitude.

Look at the Hellucination, a unique muscle automobile from a bygone period of auto design

The Top Gear YouTube channel takes the time to examine the car and go into the minutiae of such an outstanding 

Check out the restomod and engine-swapped 1960s muscle vehicle to learn what precisely transpired 

Dodge's Charger from 1968 is an instantly identifiable machine with style that makes it a classic and a favourite for many.

Ralph Gilles, chief designer of Stellantis and creator of the Chrysler 300 and the fifth-generation Dodge SRT Viper

The finished product, built by company SpeedKore, is a wide-bodied, all carbon fibre restomod that turns a rusty barn

The car is black with visible carbon fibre, has a low stance, and special wheels that sit high in the wheel arches.

Up front and rear, there are LED lighting, but the grill and basic form of the car still have the famous design.

The famed Hellephant crate engine, a 7-liter Dodge V8 with supercharged power that produces about 1000 hp 

950 lb-ft of torque, is the vehicle's biggest surprise beneath the hood.

The restomod muscle car's characteristics go beyond the engine, as Top Gear's tuning correspondent explains in detail.