The insanity of being able to walk into a Dodge dealership and spend well under $100,000 for a car with either 707 or even 840 horsepower is the good kind of insanity. These are wild times if you’re a fan of factory-produced horsepower. Ford is busy cooking up a new GT500 while Chevy has the monstrous 755-hp Corvette ZR1. We haven’t even dipped into the realm of super and hypercars that come bearing four-figure horsepower outputs.
My favorite car from this era is the Dodge Charger Hellcat. It’s the car I used to bring my daughter home from the hospital just over three years ago. This is a 200-mph-capable, five-passenger, four-door Dodge sedan that’s a nicely outfitted production car and not a conceptual wonder of track-only stripper. It’s truly a wild car built during wild times.
Of all the cars built during this age of increasing power output, which one is your favorite?