If you haven’t seen many new muscle cars being featured in the news, do not get frustrated, we still managed to dig out a full lineup with the latest arrivals within this iconic segment of the automotive world.
Some of these muscular newcomers are enhanced production models, some are gorgeous freshly rebuilt restomods and some are experimenting with electric powertrains. But be sure that all of them without exception have ridiculously overpowered mills.
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SpeedKore Performance Group Dodge Charger Evolution: speedkore.com/photos/
Famous for their “Fast and Furious” Tantrum, the Wisconsin-based tuning company Speedkore now claims to have built the most advanced 1970 Charger in the world, giving the name Evolution.
Ford Mustang Mach 1 “UNKL”: facebook.com/RingBrothersOfficial/videos/vb.186757648031118/536162867219100/?type=2&theater
Though Mustangs are among the favorite base models for Rigbrothers builds, until now, the company has not had a Mach 1 in their range. The new 1969 Mustang is dubbed UNKL, to honor the customer’s uncle.
Dodge Challenger Drag Pak Mopar: media.fcanorthamerica.com/newsrelease.do?id=21311&mid=1
2020 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak Mopar still keeps in secret its horsepower and top speed, but we know that it will be powered by a new 5.8L supercharged V8 that runs through a 3-speed transmission with a manual shifter. Rumors suggest the power output as high as 1500 hps.
Chevrolet Camaro Hennessey Resurrection: hennesseyperformance.com/vehicles/chevrolet-2/camaro/2017-zl1-camaro/resurrection-zl1-1le
2020 Hennessey Resurrection is based on the new, top of the line ZL1 1LE Camaro, fitted with a supercharged LT5 V8 engine and either a 6-speed manual or a 10-speed automatic gearbox, netting 1200 horses.
Jack Roush Edition Ford Mustang: roushperformance.com/roush-heritage
Though the stock Shelby GT500 has just arrived to the market as the 2020 model, it has already been outpowered by another Mustang – the new Jack Roush Edition, that will have a limited production run of 70 units.
Mustang Lithium: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2019/11/05/webasto-ford-team-up-mustang-lithium-battery-electric-mustang-car-sema.html
To demonstrate their devotion to the electrification cause and signal the future of performance, the American brand Ford cooperated with Webasto, who delivered an 800-volt battery system with EVDrive technology.
Chevy Camaro eCopo: media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/news.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2018/oct/sema/1029-e-copo.html
The first special order COPO Camaro performance model was introduced fifty years ago, so to celebrate the anniversary, Chevy built a one-off electric drag racer, that showcases the future of muscle cars by the brand as well as explores the EV potential in drag racing.
Ringbrothers 1969 Chevy Camaro Valkyrja: www.ringbrothers.com/
The American custom builder Ringbrothers has a habit of bringing truly remarkable, one of a kind builds to SEMA: in 2019, it is the 1969 Camaro restomod, named Valkyrja,” commissioned by a customer from Belgium.
Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody: media.fcanorthamerica.com/newsrelease.do?id=20912&mid=
In 2020, the iconic Dodge Charger muscle sedan gets its first-ever widebody update, growing 3.5-inches wider and getting larger wheels, grippier tires, and exclusive suspension tuning.
Charge Cars Mustang: charge.cars
Even with the limited run of 499 units, the Charge Mustang is expected to become the world’s first mass produced muscle car.
Chevrolet E-10: media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/home.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2019/nov/sema/1104-e10.html
The culture of hot rods is still widespread around the world, especially in the US and Canada. The E-10 concept by Chevrolet is imagining how the future of this movement will look like, if electric vehicles took over.