Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is proof that four-door cars can be every bit as bad-ass as their two-doored brethren. It’s not only the strongest production sedan to ever hit the road, it’s also the most advanced, making it the ultimate combination of brains and brawn.


The 2015 Charger SRT draws upon its iconic 1960s roots while reaching into the 21st century. Upfront is an oversized aluminum hood with dual air extractors which ensure smooth airflow to the engine. The reworked grill blends with the front fascia to give the 2015 Charger an imposing, get-out-of-my-way profile. The Pirelli P Zero tires are encased in seven-spoke aluminum wheels. They’re designed to handle the blistering performance the Charger is capable of. The rear end has been made over to give the Charger a swept-back feel that it’s in line with its muscle car heritage.


Old-school meets new-school in the Hellcat’s interior, which the marketing guys at Dodge refer to as “driver-focused.” The contoured front seats are heavily padded for added comfort, and all four seats include heating elements to keep driver and passengers comfortably warm. The instrument panel is where the Charger openly embraces the future, with its 7 inch, digital readout cluster and 8.4 inch media center. It even has a heated steering wheel, for those with cold hands but a stout heart.


The Hellcat’s 6.2 L V-8 supercharged powerplant is the perfect marriage of testosterone and technology. In fact, the only production vehicle that matches it in sheer power is the two-doored 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat. The brains at Dodge had to reach pretty deep into their bag of tricks just to build components tough enough to handle the energies this engine dishes out. Hence the ultra-efficient aluminum-alloy cylinder heads and induction-hardened crankshaft. With 0 to 100 acceleration in less than 30 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph, the new Charger has plenty to offer even the most dyed-in-the-wall adrenaline addict.


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