We Drive the Hellcat Challenger for a Week
We know the car is fast, but can you drive it every day? We borrowed a
Hellcat Challenger for a week and found out that it doesn’t need to sit
in the garage all week. It’s powerful, but it’s tame enough to drive
all week long.
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2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat (Manual) - WR TV POV Canyon Drive
Some days at work are better than others. Yearning for more seat time after
our stint with the 707hp muscle car in Portland back in July, we happily
accepted the red key at an event held where Kanan Road meets Mulholland
Highway in the lovely hills of Malibu and headed out to the twisting
stretches of picturesque road in this supercharged bruiser – here
equipped with the Viper-derived six-speed manual transmission – with the
Pacific Ocean as our backdrop. Some days, indeed.
Unlike our street drive on the back roads around Portland, this time around
the roads were virtually devoid of traffic, giving the Hellcat a chance to
properly stretch its legs and allowing us to evaluate its 0-60 mph and 60-0
mph manners, along with its handling behaviors on the undulating pavement
of Mulholland Highway and the demanding corners found throughout.
2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
Price: $59,995 (base), $65,265
Engine: 6.2-liter supercharged V8
Output: 707hp / 650lb-ft
0-60 mph: 3.5 seconds
On Sale: August 2014
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FI-R's 700hp Ford Lightning..
Compilation of pics/videos, from our 2001 KB 2.6H powered Ford Lightning
project, which was assembled in 2009. The truck makes in excess of 700hp,
and lays down 630whp on a very low 14.5psi, on 93 octane fuel. While we've
never cranked it up, it is very capable of making over 800hp on C16/high Boost. The credit goes to Kenne Bell,
and JLP Racing, for the excellent head/blower package..
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An odd thought spawned by too many hours spent watching campy TV shows
shouldered its way into consciousness the moment we laid eyes on the 2006
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8: This black-as-night bad boy is exactly what a
modern-day Batman would drive. With a humongous Hemi engine and a sizeable
cargo area perfect for stashing all the latest Bat-Gadgets, there's no
question this midsize SUV has got the goods to do superhero service. Add a
downright sinister look sure to scare the bejeebees out of even the most
colorful criminals and this sporty sport-utility makes the original
Batmobile look like Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang.