• 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat spotted testing - Spyphotos

      You did not just think Dodge would only stick the 6.2 liter twin screw supercharged Hellcat Hemi V8 under the hood of the Challenger did you? The four door Charger sibling was spotted testing with a hood scoop Dodge did not exactly do the best job ever covering up.

      Under the camouflage is of course the hood scoop just like the Challenger and the Charger Hellcat also gets the new updates from the 2015 models. Additionally more aggressive bumper stylings are covered and the updated wheels and brakes are shown. Expect the new 2015 lights, interior features, and the 8-speed automatic transmission.

      The Charger SRT Hellcat should have the same 707 horsepower rating as the Challenger. Will the price be the same roughly $60k MSRP as well?

      It is great to see the Hellcat Hemi V8 finding its way into other models and now the question becomes what else will Mopar put it into? A new Jeep SRT model with this motor could potentially be the fastest SUV in the world.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat spotted testing - Spyphotos started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. richpike's Avatar
        richpike -
        It's official:

        I hate the Charger, but damn this thing looks good in white. Add in 707HP and 4doors - what's not to like? Dodge is killing me lately - I'm actually starting to lust after their cars a bit.

      1. bobS's Avatar
        bobS -
        3.7 0-60, 1/4 in 11 seconds flat.... stock. Nasty car. $65k estimated price. I don't know if I could stomach paying $65k for a charger, but man Dodge really just said FU to the performance car market lol
      1. ticat928's Avatar
        ticat928 -

        At 204-mph the Charger gets a 6-mph higher top speed then the Challenger,

        With 1/2" dia. fuel lines and a high output variable speed pump it can run the gas tank dry in 13-minutes.

        In my book the most noteworthy is that SRT guarantees that it can run a track for at least a 20-minute session without any engine delimiting occurring.

        This is rare on any FI car, if I could only find the video's the Kellner's M6 destroyed any boosted car in the last part of an Airport runway drag race (at least a mile) due to timing being pulled on the FI cars.

        I challenge anyone to get the same guarantee from Mercedes, BMW, or Porsche