The U.S. Department of Justice wasn’t thrilled that a Georgia sheriff bought a 707-horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat with federal funds, demanding he reimburse the nearly $70,000 he spent. The DOJ got its money back, but local outlets report that the sheriff’s department just used county tax dollars on it instead.
The U.S. Department of Justice is demanding Georgia Sheriff Butch Conway reimburse $70,000 for his purchase of a 707 horsepower Dodge Charger Hellcat, which has been deemed too “extravagant” of a purchase.
It has happened: some of the last great American sweethearts, the Dodge Challenger/Charger Hellcats, are being recalled.
On this day of our Dodge 7/07, we gather here today to celebrate all 707 horsepower of the mighty Hellcat engine along with its V10 friend in the Viper. Let us turn to the book of Toby, verse Keith: “This burnout shall be brought to you courtesy of the red, white and blue.” Amen.
Let’s say you show up to a track for some fun times in your hot hatchback. And then, just hypothetically, a friend randomly shows up there with his new toy: a 2017 Dodge Charger Hellcat. He tosses you the keys and says “have fun, buddy.” But there’s a catch—it’s pretty wet out there.
Here’s a headline guaranteed to grab The Clicks: “Florida Man Arrested After 180 MPH Hellcat Test Drive.” And while this wouldn’t really be out of character for Florida Man, America’s last hero, this story is just some made up internet bullshit.
In case you haven’t heard, a large swath of the country is engulfed in a massive cold front called the Polar Vortex. The appropriate solution to the bitter cold and snow is to take a 707 horsepower Dodge Charger Hellcat and go hooning.
The Dodge Hellcat twins were pretty much guaranteed rap star status before they ever hit the showrooms, what with them being new and expensive and fast and American. No surprise that Young Dro already has a mixtape out Hell Cat that is a tribute to the cars.
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat and Charger Hellcat twins are wildly popular. So popular, in fact, that Dodge is more than doubling production to meet all the demand for 2016 models. But that still isn’t enough, so to get the jump on 2016 production, 2015 production is ending. Meaning if you ordered a 2015 car, you’re…
Here’s the story of how a couple of punk American drifters got to roast the tires of a brand new Charger Hellcat, thanks to one German journalist and not the explicit consent of Dodge itself.
The SRT Charger Hellcat and its Challenger cousin are indisputably the most batshit American cars you can buy. Why? The 707 HP supercharged V8, blown up in beautiful detail here. Can you identify all the parts?
Good morning. Today is Wednesday, the most miserable day of the week besides Monday, probably. Some Dodge Charger Hellcat burnouts and drag runs will make things better for you.
Unless there are any more natural disasters around Auburn Hills, prepare your eyes and ears for the Dodge Charger Hellcat's debut tomorrow, which we're 99.98% positive is happening. Just a day later than was originally planned.
If your dream is to take your children to school all while annihilating your tires with the miraculous power of the 707-horsepower Hellcat engine, you may not have much longer to wait. We think the Charger Hellcat is coming to this year's Woodward Dream Cruise near Detroit.