That’s what I tell people who ask me if I’ve ever had my Suzuki Hayabusa up to its top speed of 180 mph. And no I haven’t. Maybe on a closed course but not the open road. I have had it up to 120 mph but don’t tell my wife.
I highly doubt the sales person who handed the Dodge Hellcat keys to a 34-year-old Colorado dude to take it easy, or the guy didn’t listen because he totaled it. So the dude buys the car and then ends the ride just a few miles from the dealership. So sad. Read on.
Dodge’s new Hellcat is one hell of a car! With a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that makes 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque and will hit 60 in around 3.6 seconds. Wow that’s fast! Think how fast you could get to your bank to take a loan out to buy it. How much will you need? The most-powerful production sedan ever starts at $63,995. Car guys are all over this car. Vin #0001 Stryker Red 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat recently went for $825,000 at a Barrett-Jackson auction in Vegas. After matching contributions from a local foundation, a total of $1.65M, more than any other charity vehicle in Barrett Jackson history, was raised. Pretty scary, right?
Be the first on your block to have one
Wellllllllll, not exactly. But you could be the first one to have a Hellcat image carved on your Halloween pumpkin. For real. The guys at WeRMopar.com did all the R and D so all you have to do is the carving. I’m all over this! Maybe I’ll add the sweet sounds of the real deal revving up its engine or maybe doing a burnout. Dodge has already created a ringtone. You in? Make sure you share your pumpkin on our Facebook page.