Chrysler Group unveiled the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat today—the four-door performance sedan to be powered by Chrysler’s 707-horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat engine.
The car will be introduced to the public this weekend at the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit, MI.
The new Charger has gotten a huge facelift, with a modified hood and front end designed for maximum airflow to cool the engine’s top-mounted supercharger.
The new Charger Hellcat boasts a top speed of 204 miles per hour—five more than the Challenger.
Buckle up, kids!
You can learn more about the Charger Hellcat unveiling and see more photos at Autoblog here.
BS on top speed…
I might consider trading in my Corvette for a sedan that could do just as much as the Vette.
I hope santa brings me one
Rod I want to have that TS confirmed befor I trade my Z06…..
I thought all cars in the US were capped to not exceed 200mph….? Or am I thinking of some obscure track rule? Eitherway, after reaching +150mph your brain/vision is unable to grasp the difference between triple digit speeds..kindda of like looking through a airliner window, it seems were barely covering football fields per second. No point of reference, none the less the 2015 HellCat is one hot looking ride with more than enough power to back it up!
I dunno if I had to decide between my current restored, beloved 68 Chevelle SS396 versus a brand new tire-smoking Hellcat with all it’s bells & whistles…It would come down to a coin toss!!