The sheriff has been driving a brand new 2018 Dodge Charger Hellcat.
Dodge Charger Hellcat
Chrysler puts the 707-horsepower Hellcat engine on the a la carte menu.
Hennessey tunes the Dodge Charger Hellcat to 1,032 horsepower. We're already licking our chops.
The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving is switching its entire fleet over to Dodges and giving SRT owners lessons on how to get the most out of their high-performance vehicles.
One has James Bond Mode, Insane Mode, Creep Mode, and, yes, Insane Creep Mode. The other has 707 horsepower and is a heck of a lot cheaper. But which one is the bigger American badass?
Want to get your hands on a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger or Charger Hellcat to call your very own? We don't blame you, and you're not alone.
Dodge is recalling over 2,200 of its Hellcat-equipped Challenger and Charger after a dealer discovered a "potential fuel leak."
Fans of truly irreverent amounts of horsepower will find lots to love in the form of the 2015 Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat models. Both of them send 707 ridiculous horsepower to the rear wheels; the only question is whether you want your absurdity delivered with two or four doors. Oh, and whether or not you want the option of a manual transmission.
Episode #393 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Steven Ewing, and Michael Harley talk about Monterey Car Week, the Woodward Dream Cruise and Dodge Charger Hellcat, and the latest round of mid-engine Corvette rumors. Dan also had the chance to speak with Jeffrey Rothfeder, author of Driving Honda, a new book that takes a look inside the automaker. We start with what's in the garage and finish up with some of your questions, and for those of you who hung with us live on our