Project X Starring in Hollywood Knights Made Ken Farrell a Lifelong

" B_amp_M Hydrostick Hollywood Knights Tubby_s ProjectX Chevy Ford Hot


Project X has gone electric! GM has teamed up with Cagnazzi Racing to convert HOT ROD Magazine's famous '57 Chevy to an EV. Since day one, X has redefined itself time and time again as a.

" B_amp_M Hydrostick Hollywood Knights Tubby_s ProjectX Chevy Ford Hot


Nov. 1, 2021 11:26 a.m. PT 2 min read No V8 here. Chevrolet Chevy's back at the SEMA show for 2021, and it's bringing an iconic car along for the ride, with help from Cagnazzi Racing and Motor.

Driving Project X the Most Iconic 1957 Chevy Car in My Life


Look ma, no tailpipes. (Image/Chevy) But the biggest news behind Project X may be its battery setup. The Bel Air now uses a modular battery design that could potentially mean that, in the future, electric vehicle retrofitters could add as many battery modules as they want, to meet their specific EV's range and performance goals. For Project X, builders opted for a 400 volt configuration that.

Project X 1955 Chevy 1956 chevy 1957 Chevy Forum , Talk


Chevy says that Project X is based on a vehicle that was originally purchased by Hot Rod magazine for $250 in 1965. It has since been used as a testbed by editors of the magazine to try out.

Hot Rod's "Project X" 1957 Chevy Bel Air is Reborn (Again) and This


Project X now has the same push-button gear selector as the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette as well. This is the third straight year that Chevy has converted a classic car into an EV for SEMA. The.

Driving Project X the Most Iconic 1957 Chevy Car in My Life


Project X 1957 Chevy EV Electric Driveline Modifications for eCrate System from Chevrolet Performance The most famous 1957 Chevy on the planet changes once again as it shows how to meld.

2007 Chevrolet Bel Air Project X


Project X: The '57 Chevy Project Car That Will Never Be Finished This won't be the last time Project X changes, either. The '57 Chevy was originally purchased to showcase developing.

Project X Starring in Hollywood Knights Made Ken Farrell a Lifelong


Steven Rupp After tackling an EV swap, Project X, HOT ROD's long-term 1957 Chevy project car, is getting something completely different: a 1,000-hp ZZ632 crate engine!

We Put Actual Miles On Project X Hot Rod Network


Redemption has now begun, though, as Project X once again sports a V8, this time a 632-cubic-inch big-block Chevy making 1,004 hp. The ZZ632 crate engine debuted the same year as the electric.

1957 Chevrolet Project X Project X. X07SV_CH010 Flickr


Project X Gets Chevrolet Performance Prototype eCrate System The most famous '57 Chevy on the planet changes once again as it shows how to meld EV technology with classic iron. Click to.

1957 Chevy Popular Hot Rodding magazine's Project X Chevy muscle


The all-electric 1957 Chevy Project X SEMA Show car is powered by a 340 horsepower electric motor that is shared with the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq crossover. It produces 340 horsepower.

Project X Pictures Page 2 The H.A.M.B.


The 1957 Chevy hot rod known as Project X has been rebuilt for the EV era with a Chevrolet Performance concept electric propulsion system. Originally purchased for $250 in 1965, Project X has served as a testbed for more than five decades as editors of MotorTrend's HOT ROD brand have evaluated new products, technologies and trends. Over the.

Vintage Odds and Ends Project X 1957 Chevy


Project X 1957 Chevy Hit the Big Screen in "The Hollywood Knights!" Back in 1980, a teen comedy hit the big screen, and the automotive star of the show was our very own Project X! View.

Driving Project X the Most Iconic 1957 Chevy Car in My Life


Our favorite Ship of Theseus, Project X began life as an ordinary Chevy 210 coupe way back in 1957. The car's rise to fame began a few years later, when it was purchased by the folks at Popular Hot Rodding to serve as the magazine's perpetual project car/test mule.

Project XBox Update Denny Terzich's Pro Touring 1955 Chevy


Builder Cagnazzi Racing replaced Project X's supercharged LSX V8 with an electric motor that delivers an estimated 255 kW (340 hp) and 330 lb-ft (447 Nm) of torque. The 400-volt lithium-ion.

Driving Project X the Most Iconic 1957 Chevy Car in My Life


Looking back at the history of the 1957 Chevy known as Project X, which started in 1965 and has constantly changed over the decades. Over the years, there have been dozens of long-term.