Not all of you folks remember the 1970 AAR Cuda because let's be honest, some of us weren't even born. With its latest creation called Super Cuda, Mr. Norm, a well-known American tuner is trying to revive the spirit of the legendary muscle car.
Based on the 2009 Dodge Challenger, the vehicle represents a modern interpretation of the vehicle featuring a classic Cuda front grille, tail panel, a new front spoiler and the Hemi Orange Super Cuda sides accentuated by the satin black strobe stripes by Sharpline Converting that match the sinister Sherwin-Williams Planet Color Badass Black that covers the hood and adjacent surfaces.
At the interior we can find a Hurst Shifter for precise shifting, a five-speed manual gearbox and a Katzkin "Barracuda" custom leather interior with Hemi Orange perforated inserts and Super Cuda monogrammed carpet mats by Designer Mat.
Under the hood with the help of a Kenne Bell supercharger the 6.1-liter Hemi engine delivers an impressive 900 hp which can be heard through a low restriction Corsa Performance cat back dual exhaust system.
For better stability a new Hotchkis Performance suspension system was installed while in order to stop in time the car features massive Stainless Steel Brakes V8 8-Piston calipers.
The kit is completed by the 22 inch Rodtana modular wheens fitted with Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico ultra high performance tires. If you liked this article you may also be interested about our SEMA Show section!