SpeedFactory will be showcasing this 700hp 440 Hemi-Powered Challenger at SEMA 2009. It has a 7.2-litre (440 cu. in.) supercharged engine and 20-inch wheels.

Muscle car builder SpeedFactory will present their 440 Hemi-powered Challenger at the 2009 SEMA. SpeedFactory replaced the standard iron block good for 425hp with an aluminum 6.1-litre (370 cu in) block from Mopar and increased the bore and stroke to achieve a new displacement of 440 cu. in. (7.2-litre). Other upgrades include the use of CNC ported Mopar aluminum heads and a Vortech V3 centrifugal supercharger. Maximum power was boosted to 515kW (700hp) when running on 91 octane pump fuel.

The exterior is differentiated by a matte finish, a carbon fibre bonnet, SpeedFactory Signature bages and graphics and a carbon fibre rear spoiler.

The car stands on 20" BBS Black Edition CH-R flow-formed wheels wrapped in Bridgestone R Compound tyres. Stopping power comes from 15" front disc brakes and Brembo 6 piston calipers. Other performance enhancers include performance springs, sway bars and a Corsa stainless steel cat back exhaust system.

The interior comfort package consists of SpeedFactory's Signature floor mats, logo-embossed seat backs and Mopar door sills amongst others.

See press release below for full specs.

Gallery: SpeedFactory to Debut First All-Aluminum, Supercharged, 440 Hemi-Powered Challenger at SEMA