Watch Jay Leno Do Burnouts in the Challenger Hellcat


Because horsepower cures all problems.

This is the fastest, most powerful, bone stock muscle car you can buy today. The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is an absolute beast. Its 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V8 has 707 horsepower (the Lamborghini Aventador has 690). Yes, there is an eight-speed automatic gearbox, but if you want, a six-speed manual is also available. Although it’s heavier and bigger than its Camaro and Mustang rivals, the Challenger SRT Hellcat is without question more special.

Jay Leno is a longtime Chrysler fan, and now he gets his turn behind the wheel. Of course, Leno should be careful when doing burnouts - each one of the Pirelli tires cost $300. But he’s Leno. $300 a piece is ass pocket money. Check out his test drive of the Challenger SRT Hellcat in the video ahead.

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