We are always talking about lean mean Challenger machines and how that they can rip through the road.
And a lot of people say that this is an exaggeration but maybe, just maybe this is true.
I can’t stop looking at this photo…
…on it a 2015 Challenger Hellcat SRT stays firmly around the rubble that the tornado left behind.
Now, Dodge can brag in comfort about the Hellcat and the stability it offers.
Because even the ill-tempered weather felt weak to the vehicle.
There was also a guy who wrecked his Hellcat but got out of it only with few scratches.
The picture, courtesy of The Oklahoman, depicts a Challenger Hellcat resting its big wheels…
…after a tornado wiped off a garage on May 6 in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma.
The house didn’t make it and the only thing left was a piece of the garage.
There’s a large gallery of workers removing debris from the unfortunate phenomenon and boy there’s chaos.
To make things more interesting, the Challenger was suited on an elevator the time when the bad weather struck.
This monster muscle car is not a light hybrid and with it weighs a whopping 1995 kilograms.
Of course, the vehicle suffered minor damage but still Dodge can be very proud of its mighty machine.
Nevertheless, not even the extreme weather stopped the proud owner to lower the elevator of the garage and start the engine of his hellish and titan-like Challenger.