Several years ago, Dodge surprised the world by installing a 6.2-liter V8 on its Challenge and Charger, resulting in 700+ horsepower on the rear wheels. Meanwhile, Americans have surpassed their extreme creativity: Hellcat for street use has now passed the 800 horsepower limit.
If you are looking for a less expensive power bucket, Dodge is the right choice. The 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye delivers 808 hp (594 kW) and 959 Nm of torque. If you can keep the rear wheels under control, you can do 0-96 km / h in 3.4 seconds, while Dodge performs 327 km / h at incredible speeds. If there will be another John Wick 3, we will know what Keanu Reeves is running in the film.
With extra power, Redeye comes between the ‘normal’ Hellcat and the more dragged Dodge Demon, Americans thought it was a shame not to give the road car extra power that was already given to Demon (852 hp.). Dodge describes the popular Redeye as “the best of Hell and the best of Paradise in one car†
Americans who dare to cough up around $ 71,000 for a modern muscle car, we can forget to cross to Europe. If Dodge were to place a new Hellcat Redeye on a boat, the entire European Commission would be standing with crosses and holy water upon its arrival at the port of Rotterdam.the power of Christ compels you‘, and the new energy label above the red F will probably be created specifically for the new Hellcat. For completeness, the performance unit now has three Challengers:
- Challenger Scat Pack R / T Widebody (490 hp)
- Challenger Hellcat (727 hp)
- Challenger Hellcat Redeye (808 hp)