In the end of Furious 7, the Charger could be seen at the beach next to Brian's 1998 Toyota Supra. It was called the "Maximus Charger." It was an aluminum brushed Charger with 2,000 hp. It was used by Dom when he was cruising with Brian at the end of Furious 7.
While attempting to hijack the Akula Submarine, Dom drives a highly customised 1968 Dodge Charger R/T fitted with the engine at the back as well as an EMP that could be controlled from inside. The car was modified to drive on ice and was eventually destroyed when Dom used the turbine flame to target a heat seeker to blow up the submarine taking his car out in the process.
Main article: 1968 Dodge Charger R/T
Dom arrives in Edinburgh in his 1968 Dodge Charger R/T and used it to chase Jakob who was zip-lining between buildings. Dom later gets out of the car to chase Jakob on foot. Dom later uses the car to chase Jakob and Otto in Tbilisi and uses its magnets to wipe out enemies and evade police. Finally, Dom and Jakob worked together and used the magnets in the Charger to flip The Armadillo. Dom later gives the car to Jakob to escape and go into hiding, just as Brian O'Conner did to him by giving him his Toyota Supra in The Fast and the Furious.
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“In my opinion, the "Ice" Charger is the best car build from the Fast franchise to date. Four different versions were constructed for the film: 1) Three with all-wheel drive powertrains for going all out on the ice; 2) Two jump cars for catching big air, repeatedly, without breaking a sweat; 3) One shell car for the FX department to launch over the submarine; and 4) Three crash cars to spare our five high-effort builds for what they were designed to do. With the engine set back two-feet, all-wheel drive, extended track width, 5-inch Magnaflow exhaust system, and studded tires, saying that this car is aggressive would be a massive understatement. Add in an EMP weapon and a turbine generator to power the device, Dom and his '68 Charger are unstoppable!” - Dennis McCarthy
- YouTuber Supercar Blondie had the chance to drive the car to reveal that it had three pedals. However, it wasn't a manual car, for there were two brakes, one for all tires and one for the rear tires.
- The car also has a 3 speed manual transmission that is operated like an automatic gearshift.
- The 1968 R/T from F9 was custom build by SpeedKore, featured a mid-engine and cost US$1 Million just for one car with cheaper stand-in models used as backup cars.