Natural disasters happen and they can absolutely ruin cars. Trees could fall on them. They could get swept away in floods. Forest fires could reduce them to ash. This tale, however, is one of hail, a Hellcat and a salvage title.
When I walk around New York City and watch people carelessly fling garbage into her streets, a part of me dies a little bit. But then I am cheered by the fact that Fiat Chrysler is still putting big and dumb motors in cars that have no business with motors that big or dumb. It’s stuck Hellcat engines into Charger,…
A 71-year-old driver and his 76-year-old passenger are dead after a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat they were in ran off a runway and careened over a ravine at the Central Colorado Regional Airport on Sunday. Authorities said the two, who had been given permission to drive on the runway, weren’t breaking any laws.
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.
When a Hellcat dies, I don’t think it goes to heaven. But if it gets lucky, its 707-horsepower engine will live again in another machine. Like this old Jeep Grand Cherokee, which, I think, is one of the first of its kind to make a quarter-mile pass with Hellcat power and all-wheel drive.
All of you muscle car fans out there can take another swig of Bud Heavy because there’s a new extra beefy Hellcat from Dodge: the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody. Don’t overthink the name. Dodge didn’t. This is like a Hellcat, but wider.
You probably don’t need a parts car for your three-year-old Dodge Challenger Hellcat yet. But if, for some reason, you do (insert FCA quality joke), there’s a completely destroyed 2015 model available for sale right now on copart. And the pictures will make you cry.
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.
In this week’s installment of dumbass with fast car does predictable thing, a Chicago man was arrested and had his car impounded for reportedly bringing his 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat to speeds upwards of 160 mph.
Remember the photos from Friday of a Jeep Hellcat that didn’t look much different from the high-performance Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT that already exists? Well, they were real, and here’s everything we now know about the Hellcat-powered 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
Official prophecy has long foretold of a Jeep Hellcat, in the form of a 6.2-liter supercharged V8-powered Grand Cherokee, that will land right here in the real world very soon. But if this allegedly leaked official image is legit, the SUV’s not getting much in the way of visual tweaks.
Are you an astronaut? I didn’t think so. Because unless you are trained to strap your ass on a rocket and go into outer space, you aren’t ready for the incredible launch force of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
One of the biggest unanswered questions about Mopar’s latest demonic-spawnmobile, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, is just how many angry devil horses will be snorting fire under that hood. We’ve established that 757 horsepower would be a letdown, because don’t riding mowers have that much now? A picture posted to…
There is a rumor floating around that the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will make a measly 757 horsepower. If this is true, this would be a huge letdown given the amount of hype Dodge has been generating for this car.
The maniacs at Dodge continue to fuel their hype game with another teaser of the upcoming Challenger SRT Demon. The most recent trailer shows the Demon shedding some pounds, but there’s no front differential in sight. If that is true, it means rear-drive burnouts, baby!
Here we see a scooped, caged Jeep Grand Cherokee rolling on manufacturer plates down some Detroit area byway. It’s definitely something, but is that supercharger whine or just wind noise I hear?