A monster energy crossover is set to take place on the road in 2018, as the Monster Energy Supercross (MES) series takes a big step forward with a monster-sized monster crossover.
The MES Monster Energy Monster Energy Racing Series kicks off in 2018 with the Monster energy crossover, which will feature the fastest cars in the world and a monster that will be outfitted with some of the fastest powerplants on the planet.
The crossover will also feature a new series of Monster Powerpacks and Powerpack-X.
In 2019, the Monster Powerpack series will feature a monster powered by Monster Power, which is set for a 6.2-liter V8 engine with a 4.2L V6 engine, a 5-speed transmission and an all-wheel drive system.
The series also features the Monster Endurance Package, which gives the drivers a customized racing package, including the powertrain, chassis and chassis suspension.
The Monster Endurance Pack also includes the Monster Race Pack, which includes a Monster Race Cup Series race package, which features a Monster Endurance Cup car, Monster Endurance Race and Monster Endurance Supercar.
The package is available in two versions, with the endurance package offering a 2.2 liter V8 that gets an all new turbocharger and a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The endurance package also includes a custom-designed package, featuring a Monster Rally package, the first time the Monster has featured a rally-style package, and a Monster Sprint Package, with a customized package for the Monster Rally Cup Series.
The driver’s package is also designed to showcase the new supercar.
“The Monster Endurance package is a true monster.
It has the most advanced supercar package in the Monster lineup,” said Chris Anderson, president of production for Monster, in a press release.
“This package includes a powertrain that is the biggest and most powerful in the car’s line-up, plus a completely redesigned suspension with an updated and updated differential, front and rear spoilers, and an extended rear wing.
With this package, drivers get to experience the new and improved Monster on a track day that is unlike any other, and it is truly an experience.”
The Monster Energy crossover will be the first to feature a Monster Power pack, and the first crossover in the series to feature an endurance package.
“Our Monster Energy cars are built to the same standards that all of our competitors have achieved,” said Monster Motorsports President Mark Bresnahan.
“It is an honor to partner with Monster to bring our Monster energy drivers a powerful and luxurious package of power and performance.
With the Monster Sprint package, we are able to showcase this powertrain to our team members and fans for the first and only time.
With these new features, Monster is ready to launch the Monster Racing Series.”
“We are proud to partner and support the Monster racing series in 2018 and 2019, as we continue to work towards making this year a monster racing year,” said Brett Dezani, President and CEO of Monster.
“We look forward to introducing the Monster endurance package to our racing drivers and fans in 2018 as we work to deliver a monster performance car in every race.”
The first Monster Energy monster crossover will debut at the 2017 Atlanta Motor Speedway, but the series will expand to the 2018 Daytona International Speedway in 2020 and the 2021 Rolex 24 at Daytona.