…and with emerging technologies these beautiful beasts like the Challenger series, today offer even more on the inside then they do on the outside.
Of course it has gorgeous design, the iconic Hellcat, and with a whopping 707 horsepower and a Supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat engine, the most powerful production of v8 engine out there:
The 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat also has an impressive interior.
There is a bit more stats I want to share about this beauty before I tell you a bit more about the interior and dashboard.
With a SRT Hellcat’s National Hot Rod Association (NHRA)-certified time of 11.2 seconds this supercar leaves behind other cars like the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (11.9 s), Ford Mustang GT500 (11.7 s) and Dodge’s own supercharged Viper SRT in the dust.
For better aerodynamics the side parking lamp was removed to enable a cold-air intake called an Air Catcher, that helps the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® deliver ‘class-by-itself’ horsepower and torque.
The interior lines make up almost all of the design layout and with it comes a fine placement of all the needed technologies.
The previous Challenger models had a weaker interior than the rivals, but the Hellcat is a game changer adding quality in materials across the dashboard.
The board now has an even more sports like look, leaving the driver to enjoy in the high-tech shell surrounded with all of the bolts and knobs that make the car feel and perform more furiously.
The ergonomics of the buttons around the steering wheel will blend right in with your daily routine. You can control all of this through a cool looking 8.4 inch touch screen where you can manage your performance features.
A Hellcat standard, the impressive performance pages includes SRT® multiple Drive modes and between them settings that will fulfill your need for speed.