The American automotive supplier Mopar belongs to the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group. The company was founded in the year 1937. Autotuning for serial models of Crysler Mopar has been offering since the 1950s and is dedicated to the development and construction of racing cars. A particular focus of Mopar is the engine tuning of series vehicles from the Fiat Crysler group. On the occasion of SEMA 2018, Mopar presented the "Hell Motor" Hellephant. This celebrated its world premiere, installed in a 1968 Dodge Charger. The V8 engine offers an incredible output of 1000 hp and has a 7-liter displacement. Customers can purchase the engines as spare parts or as tuning parts including all necessary components at particularly low prices. For example, a standard small-block V8 starts at $ 3000. Mopar offers all other components required for a conversion, such as alternators and steering gears, to match the “Hellephant”. The scope of delivery of the "Hellephant" includes the ignition system, flywheel, injection system and the supercharger. The tuning company Mopar offers a set with an electronically controlled accelerator pedal, CAN-BUS interface, sensors, all cables and engine control as accessories. There is more about the company