Hellnational: What happens when a Hellcat and a Buick fall in love
With their powers combined, a Hellcat and a Grand National have been combined to create a car that looks as menacing as it sounds.
The Internet is filled with comments about how people should X engine in Y car, and every now and then, someone has the resources to bring these high-octane dreams into reality. Thus we arrive at the Hellnational, the devil child of a Hellcat and a Buick Grand National.
The Hellnational is the work of @project_hellnational on Instagram, which also has a Facebook page by the same name. Abimelec Design got to work on rendering what this big black beauty will look like once all the bolts are tightened and all of the zip-ties are snipped.
The Grand National is a beautiful piece of American history. It was a muscle car, a luxury car, and it came from Buick, who at the time, was selling LeSabre Broughams and Electra Park Avenues, and yet, alongside these slow, gargantuan family haulers, came one of the fastest cars of the late 1980s. Although numbers can't be found to confirm this, the Internet collectively remembers that the Grand National was blowing the doors off of the likes of the Ferrari Testarossa and the Lamborghini Countach. I'm sure this Hellnational will make modern supercharged run home to their mommies.
It should be said, I love anything Buick related, and this is the kind of ridiculous project that I would do if money was no object. I can't wait to see footage of this beast tearing up the track.