Geiger Cars puts German engineering into Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat image
GeigerCars of Germany has decided American cars can also use some Teutonic flair, so they reworked the already incredibly powerful Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat to deliver 782 HP.
No matter how you roll, 707 horsepower should plenty for your every needs – but as human nature goes, enough is never enough. So, tuners can always assist you in trespassing the laws of physics and sensibility, delivering even more power to the Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat. Geiger decided to work on the more practical sedan, with the Charger Hellcat now packing 782 horsepower (583 kilowatts). The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 also has 687 pound-feet (932 newton-meters) of torque, thanks in part thanks to a stainless steel sports exhaust system with valve control, a free-flow air cleaner, and an ECU software rework. With an eight-speed auto, it will reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.6 seconds and then max out at 205 mph (330 km/h).
Design modifications include new gloss black Geiger alloy wheels, shod in 265/30ZR22 and 295/25ZR22 tires, and there’s also a new coilover suspension to allow increased stability and a more menacing look due to the reduced height. All that oomph is seriously expensive as well: a Charger Hellcat owner will get the engine upgrades for €7,900 ($8,810), then need to add €5,900 ($6,580) for the wheels and €4,900 ($5,465) for the suspension for a grand total of €18,700 ($20,856). If the client lacks the necessary Hellcat, Geiger can deliver the completed package, including car, for €110,500 ($123,240).