Challenger Hellcat Hits London And Instantly Steals The Spotlight From Its Supercars

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Dodge’s Hellcats are incredibly popular in the United States. But did you ever wonder how our brothers and sisters across the water in the UK feel about them? London drowns in supercars every summer, so would a big slab of American muscle even draw eyes if it were to hit the streets there? The answer, at least according to this video, is yes. It was shot in Knightsbridge, a posh (to use a British term) part of London where Ferraris and Bentleys on the sidewalk are no big deal.

The Dodge Challenger Hellcat roaring down the street is a big deal. There’s something awesome about watching people stop what they’re doing to photograph the Hellcat in the wild, a rare sight in the UK for sure.

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