From the factory, muscle cars have been strong, loud, and competitive, but they’ve largely been a blank canvas – a clean slate, a plain block of marble waiting for the owner to carve out a Michelangelo-esque statue in tribute to the God’s of horsepower. Not for Dodge. No sir; for them, too much power is seemingly never enough, so when theDodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat’s arrived with 707 horsepower apiece
, wesat up and took notice. Hellcat’sdominated the drag strip – the final battle ground where muscle car rivalriesare settled – against all challengers
, with only the likes of Tesla standinghalf a chance.