2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Ultra-Low Suspension Review – As soon as charged as “the world’s quickest production sedan” by Dodge, the Charger SRT Hellcat’s has become something of a long-term fixture, in one way or any other, over the prior two years. This does not mean that the car is any significantly less exciting, as it combines the four-door body of a sedan with substantial power, as its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine pumps out 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet (881Nm) of torque that is channeled to the rear axle with an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
The Charger SRT Hellcat demands just 3.7 seconds to run from naught to 60mph (96km/h). It can run the quarter mile in 11 seconds as effectively, and flat out, it will do 204mph (328km/h). By comparison, the Ferrari 458 Italia, with it’s in a natural way aspirated 4.5-liter V8, requirements 3.4sec for the -62mph (-100 km/h) velocity, prior to topping out at merely over 202mph (325km/h).
Seeing that we’ve refreshed your memory space on Dodge’s super saloon, let’s check out a very special case in point that is placed on aftermarket wheels created by Vossen. Component of their HF-1 Series, and covered in Pirelli silicone, the rims might be had from $499 each and are available from 19- to 22-inches in size and with 2 standard and 8 custom coatings.
This Charger SRT Hellcat features a few other mods as well, the most important (and apparent) of which is the new suspension, which is so low, we uncertainty it will likely be able to run on anything but absolutely smooth tarmac without scrapping its belly.