Dodge Charger Hellcat vs. Toyota Supra MKV – Street Roll and Dig Racing

November 3rd, 2020

The weather is cool, and the racing is hot in this video that has some top-tier imports taking on the best that Detroit has to offer. Whether you like roll racing, or prefer the raw power of drag racing, this production has something for you. Climb aboard, buckle up and hang on to your hat; this one is going to get interesting.

Featured is a modified Toyota Supra MKV. This is the latest version of the popular sports car from Toyota. While this ride bears the moniker of a Japanese automaker, it is made in Germany (by BMW). Under the hood is a turbocharged dual overhead cam 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine capable of making (conservatively) 335hp. The transmission is an 8-speed automatic, and the configuration is front-engine, rear-wheel drive. This particular Supra has been modified with a performance exhaust downpipe and the powertrain controller has been tuned by PhatBotti.

Tonight, this Supra will be racing a stock Dodge Charger Hellcat with a tire upgrade. The Charger Hellcat is the most powerful sedan ever produced in the U.S. It is equipped with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 HEMI engine that can churn out 707hp (with race gas). The HEMI is made up of an iron block and aluminum heads. Fuel is delivered via port fuel injection. Shifting duties are handled with an 8-speed automatic transmission and the Charger Hellcat can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4-seconds. This bad kitty can also turn the quarter-mile in 11.4-seconds (bone stock).

Let’s see what happens when these two hit the streets (of Mexico, naturally).

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