Not to mention it can send a few hypercars home with tails between their legs.
It isn't the aggressively styled front end, a furrowed brow, or even the frowning headlights that give away the Dodge Charger Hellcat. It's the high-pitched whine of a reinforced drivetrain, the smell of sublimated tires, and a low assured growl that provides clues to this car's hypercar potential. As cool as it looks, the Dodge Charger is only a muscle car because it assaults all five senses, not just the eyes, and for this reason, we are in love with it.
It's safe to assume that the owner of this striking blue Hellcat is also in love with their car, but not enough to leave it stock.
In fact, this Charger is far from stock. Even though Dodge engineers had to fight in secrecy for each of the Hellcat's 707 horsepower, this owner didn't think it was enough. So with a bit of tuning, this Hellcat now spits out a hefty 1,000 horsepower, safely putting int into Bugatti Veyron and Porsche 918 Spider territory. The main difference is that power is going to all four wheels but still, being a member of a club inhabited by the McLaren P1 and Ferrari LaFerrari ain't too shabby either. Just wait until it launches off the line and puts most of these hypercar's quarter mile times to shame. We can't speak on what moves someone to get behind the wheel of 707 horsepower and think it's not enough, but we sure applaud the results.