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Dodge Challenger Hellcat: Mad Max… the car

Yes, I know Mad Max drove an old Ford. It Mr. Mad were around in the modern era, there’d be no question about what he would driving; the 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat.

It’s a 707-horsepower, supercharged coupe, and you can have it with either a six-speed manual gearbox or an eight-speed automatic. We’ve got the manual, and we’ve got empty roads to play around on. That means it’s time to get sideways, get silly, and get busy burning off the rear tires.

We apologize to no one… you don’t ever have to apologize to people when you drive a Hellcat.

(It voids the warranty)

[Disclaimer: Dodge tossed me the keys to the Hellcat and included a tank of gas. That fuel didn’t last very long… ]

  • Did you call it the "Thrashin' Control System" in the last shot?

  • JayP2112

    F-ck me.
    [youtube q7eZ_qlDf40 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7eZ_qlDf40 youtube]

  • Sjalabais

    So will all the safety systems eventually work their magic, when on, just that they enter the party a little late? Or is driving like an asshat a human override to the computer's programming? This car is so extreme, I haven't really understood it yet. I think it is even more extreme in an unexpected way with the four door Charger, which, btw, should also be available as a wagon.

    But, Jeff…not sure you are aware of what a strong word "hate" really is. 😉