Dodge‘s 707-horsepower Hellcat engine lives at home in cars like the Charger and Challenger; and eventually will find its way into a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT. But so far, we haven’t the applauded engine it in a truck. That doesn’t mean there aren’t folks who would like to have one, so that’s … read more
We guess this person got tired of waiting for FCA to do it. Ever since the introduction of the Dodge Challenger Hellcat, people have been wondering what other cars would have the 6.2-liter 707-horsepower V8 put into them. So far only the Charger has been given the Hellcat treatment, but the Jeep Grand … read more
Chrysler has made some audacious decisions in the course of its history, especially in the 1990s. While its rivals wheeled their show cars off stage and into storage as usual, Auburn Hills actually put some of its most outrageous concepts into production: models like the Plymouth Prowler, Chrysler PT … read more
Dodge’s Hellcats, the Challenger and Charger, are the most powerful muscle cars ever to roll off an assembly line. Some, of course, abide to the “no such thing as too much power” creed and there are tons of aftermarket specialists ready to fulfill their wish.
Savage Street Cars in Houston, Texas will, … read more
You probablly already know that the Dodge Challenger Hellcat and Dodge Charger Hellcat are 707-horsepower beasts. That’s a wonderfully ridiculous amount of horsepower for any one human being. But if that’s not enough, then you now have the opportunity to boost them up to 1,500 horsepower for just … read more
Despite the Viper being the flagship of the Dodge brand, it’s outmuscled by the Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat when it comes to outright power.
And we’re not talking small numbers here. The Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat each make do with 707 horsepower versus the 645 hp of the Viper, despite … read more
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat and its 707-horsepower engine is impressive, to say the least. It’s a lot of car to manage and it has been a huge hit with the enthusiast community since day one. If the word on the street is right, then Dodge is looking to outdo themselves with the next Challenger by … read more
When the Hellcat V8 is packed into the next-generation Dodge Challenger, it will reportedly be boosted up to around 750 horsepower. The new Challenger, which is due in 2019, is supposed to move over the smaller Giulia platform, which will make it lighter and more agile. This will help it compete with … read more
Jeep‘s upcoming Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has been spotted undergoing shakedown testing completely undisguised. The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will liven up the SUV with a supercharged 6.2L HEMI V8 engine.
As you might expect, the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk borrows most of its styling from the standard SRT … read more
It appears the rumor mill has found out when the Dodge Challenger muscle car will get updated to a new generation – 2019 – and more importantly that Hellcat and even Barracuda convertible versions are on tow.
The Dodge Challenger is going to be the granny of the American muscle car triumvirate – … read more