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2007 Foose Hemisfear

2007 Foose Hemisfear

2007 Foose Hemisfear

October 31st, 2006, Las Vegas – Engineered and constructed by MetalCrafters of Fountain Valley, Calif., the Hemisfear Coupe is a cross between a muscle car and a hot rod. Equipped with suspension by Hotchkis and a Baer brake system, Foose’s ultimate dream car is powered by a new Mopar Performance 392 HEMI SEFI Crate Engine, which is visible through the car’s rear window. This high-performance Dodge powerplant, constructed of all-new components, sports a deep-skirted cast iron block with cross-bolted mains, CNC ported aluminum twin-plug cylinder heads, and delivers a monster 540 horsepower and 490 lf ft of torque.

The Foose project was partly funded by JL Full Throttle and released at the SEMA show with a free diecast that matched the car. A sister Coupe was also displayed at the Daimler/Chrysler area where it was revealed that 50 of the 392 Crate Engines were on order to power a small production run.

More details on pricing and specification will be available shortly.

In Detail

type Concept / Prototype Car
released at 2007 SEMA
built at USA
engine Dodge 392 HEMI SEFI Crate Engine
valvetrain OHV 2 Valves per Cyl
displacement 6424 cc / 392.0 in³
bore 104.14 mm / 4.1 in
stroke 96.52 mm / 3.8 in
power 402.7 kw / 540 bhp
specific output 84.06 bhp per litre
torque 664.35 nm / 490 ft lbs
body / frame Carbon Fiber Monocoque
driven wheels RWD