It's called boosting production.
Justa couple of weeks after announcing that it would have to restrict orders on itsCharger and Challenger SRT Hellcat models due to "unprecedented demand",Dodge gave its fans some good news today: the company announced that it willincrease production of the Hellcat models by 1,000 units. Previously, Dodgenever announced just how many models it would actually build, and the latestrelease did not mention how many of the 1,000 units would be Chargers and howmany would be Challengers.
Whateverthe breakdown, we expect these models to go just as quickly as the previousbatch, with buyers lining up to get their hands on these monsters. And who's toblame them? With a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 delivering 707 horsepower and 645lb-ft of torque, the Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcats have become the newbenchmark for modern American muscle cars. And with 1,000 more units on theroad, expect an even greater chance to hear them rumbling around your neighborhood pretty soon.