Dodge has, on the whole, coming inside the marketplaces as to bring out with the launch of the new king of production muscle cars. The 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye makes out with the access coverage line of the 797 hp (594 kW) and 707 lb-ft (959 Nm) of torque. It hits on with the 60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 3.4 seconds and does 203 mph (327 km/h) flat out as it starts at 70 grand and produces much more smoke than the crowd at a Phish concert. It is all the more known fact that Europe has been all going out on top of the aerodynamics category. America has been striking back in this race. The vehicle has been all set with the classic muscle car shape, executed simply and without undue pomp and ceremony that is all fitted with a motor that is too much big.
Dodge’s SRT Hellcat Redeye Launches With A Scorching 797 Horsepower
- It has been all adjusted with the features of the 6.2-liter HEMI V8 that is hence lifted from the barnstorming SRT Demon.
- It is also fitted with a 2.7-liter capacity supercharger that is the biggest on any production car in the world and which pushes 14.5 psi of boost.
- It does not at all makes on with the Demon’s 840-odd horsepower consumption is a fairly decent 22 mpg (10.7 L/100km).
- Plus its monster engine will suck down 1.43 gallons (5.4 liters) of fuel per minute that is all the way emptying the tank in touch less than 11 minutes.
Apart from it, the SRT Power Chiller air conditions the cooling system all along with the fact as regarding lowering the intake air temperature. The After-Run Chiller cools the portion of the engine as quickly as possible after it has been on the whole thrashed. It would even make you introduce away with the new dual-snorkel hood, plus an air-catching headlamp and also it often intakes near the wheel liners pump further air in to help get heat out.
It is complete rather put together with the set of SRT-tuned three-mode adaptive damping suspension. There is also the placement of the Launch Assist that holds the front brakes on and releases the rear ones. There is also the installation of the street, sport and track driving modes as which affect power output, power delivery, steering firmness, traction control, suspension and shift settings on top of the 8-speed auto-only gearbox.
It is all accessible in the standard and Widebody, which gets 3.5 extra inches of wheel arch flares and so as the fatter tires. It has the market price range as in between US$70,000 and $95,000 that is all depending on the specification by far making this thing surprisingly affordable for its certifiable levels of tarmac-ripping performance.