Dealers Can Now Order the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
Today may not be Christmas or even your birthday (though, if it is, happy birthday, please pass the cake!), but it is still an incredibly exciting day. That’s because today marks the very first day that dealerships nationwide can now order the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, meaning we’re one step closer to seeing this baby arrive on dealer lots and just one step further from seeing the Hellcats leaving their competition in the dust on roadways across the country.
That’s right—you’ll soon be able to hear the roar of a Challenger SRT Hellcat in the flesh, and not just via a video or from your phone. No longer will you have to drool at our photo galleries here at The News Wheel, because you can just drool on the one sitting in your driveway. (But if you do, please remember to wipe up your puddle of drool. No one wants to see that on your car.) No longer will you have to play around with the configurator on Dodge’s website, because you can just head into the dealership and tell them exactly what you want.
Pretty exciting stuff, eh?
In case you’re out of the loop, the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is the world’s fastest and most powerful muscle car ever, with an 11.2-second ¼-mile elapsed time at 125 mph and throwing down 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque. Crowds have swooned over this monster as it did burnouts with its (super expensive) Pirelli P275/40ZR20 P Zero tires, and Jay Leno has even gotten behind the wheel to take it for a spin.
The very first model has already been auctioned off for charity, but never fear—there’ll be plenty more to choose from when these babies finally hit dealerships. Just be sure your local Dodge dealer plans to keep it in stock.
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