/2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat Officially Unveiled

2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat Officially Unveiled

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Well, it didn’t take as long as we were expecting for Chrysler to give in and officially unveil the SRT Hellcat version of the Charger Sedan. The car is a follow up to the Challenger Hellcat and uses the same awesome engine. They say it’s the “quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan ever.”

That remains to be seen after independent tests, but the numbers Chrysler is claiming for Dodge Charger Hellcat are truly astonishing. Boasting the supercharged Hellcat 6.2 liter V8 engine with 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque, this Charger is said to be capable of running the quarter-mile in 11 seconds; going from 0 to 100 mph in 13 seconds; and reach a top speed of 204 mph.

To keep the Charger Hellcat in check it comes with some of the biggest brakes ever fitted to a four-door sedan consisting of 5.4-inch Brembo two-piece rotors with six-piston calipers. It also comes with 20 x 9.5-inch wide forged aluminum wheels with Pirelli P Zero performance tires, adaptive damping three-mode suspension and three-mode, heavy-duty eight-speed automatic transmission.

Visually, Dodge Charger Hellcat is distinguished over normal models by the virtue of a super aggressive front fascia and features like heat extractors in the hood and dramatic LED lighting in both front and rear. The designers maintain that these changes are functional and not just for show.

The main highlights of the interior include SRT three-spoke, flat-bottom steering wheel, 7-inch reconfigurable digital gauge cluster, 8.4-inch touchscreen, Nappa leather and Alcantara suede seating, premium materials and a choice of four new trim and color combinations. A full range of connectivity features is also provided through Uconnect Access system.

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