Confederate X132 Hellcat - Feature

132 cubic inches of “Sweet Home Alabama.”

Confederate X132 Hellcat - Feature

Confederate X132 Hellcat - Feature

Alabama’s Confederate Motors just released the third generation of its X132 Hellcat, named after the legendary F6F Hellcat fighter plane. Unique to the latest X132 are the billet engine cases, which are machined from two blocks of 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum. The numerical designation denotes the 56-degree V-Twin engine’s 132-cubic-inch (2163cc) displacement. Confederate claims that the fuel-injected monster produces 132 horsepower and 150 foot-pounds of torque. Custom 50mm Marzocchi fork and Race Tech shock are fully adjustable. Premium components—including carbon-fiber wheels, Beringer Aerotec radial-mount front brakes, an LED headlamp and high-quality hardware—may or may not help justify the X132’s $49,500 price tag, but that probably depends on the depth of your pockets.

The X132 Hellcat is named after the legendary F6F Hellcat fighter plane.

The X132 Hellcat is named after the legendary F6F Hellcat fighter plane.

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat

56-degree V-Twin engine: 132-cubic-inch (2163cc) displacement

56-degree V-Twin engine: 132-cubic-inch (2163cc) displacement

Confederate X132 Hellcat

Confederate X132 Hellcat