Mode settings on console screen.
Where fog lights would go, Hellcat has additional air intakes.
Hellcat NHRA-certified for 10.8-second quarter-mile time at 126 mph.
Exterior touches include rear spoiler and SRT logo.
6.2L HEMI engine under hood.
Designers styled Hellcat cockpit to resemble jet fighter’s.
Instrument panel includes Hellcat logo.
Front to back power delivery.
The car from Chrysler's Street and Racing Technolgy team is the most powerful non-exotic ever. (See related article: Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Heck of a Car)
Come on man...the baby boomers like myself who are senior citizens are the consumers that have all the cash to buy these cars. I own a vette, Jeep Commander and several other daily drivers and next up is the hellcat. My wife and I drive our daughters 392 Challenger quite often and nothing says hello you have arrived then a car with over 470 hp. Check out the owners of 392s and new C7 vettes and most are the grey haired seniors 65-80 young as every in our daily summer drivers.
Just another Supercar that Barrett Jackson can putt on the block for a million dollars ten years from now because it is so rare, because FIAT-CHRYSLER MOTORS ain't changed. They are still junk no matter hooo makes emm!
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