Plymouth built only 11,000 units of the Prowler since its introduction back in 1997 and its demise in 2002 when it was sold under the Chrysler name. The car was equipped with a V6 3.5-liter engine pumping out 214 hp at first, while in 1999 the engine was tuned to output 253 hp. Both versions of the engine were linked to a four-speed auto motivating the rear wheels.
Performance Innovations took a ’99 model and installed a HEMI V8 6.1-liter rated at 425 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. The end result can be seen in the clip below.