With an MSRP starting at just $59,995, it may not seem like the Challenger SRT Hellcat is the supercar of the masses, but most of its competition—
In the Challenger, drivers are paying for far more than the 6.2L V8 under the hood, though that's clearly the piece of auto engineering most drivers are marveling at right now. Dodge chose the Challenger to bear this engine for a reason, giving drivers aesthetic aspects of this true American classic that prove it as both a modern muscle car as well as a vehicle with a long and storied history.
In the cockpit are the latest in automotive luxuries and technology, including classic gauges with a sweeping center console, SRT badging, optional Laguna leather appointments, and a seven-inch driver information display.
One of the most important perks of the Hellcat can be found in its key fobs. Drivers looking to toss the keys to the kids or have a valet park the new Challenger can lock the engine below 500 hp by passing off the black key fob and holding onto the red one for themselves.
Readers looking to learn more about the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, including when they can get behind the wheel for a test drive, have been encouraged to contact Bosak Motor Sales. Located in Merrillville, Bosak Motor Sales has served the Midwest with some of the best new and used cars for years and are the foremost experts in the Dodge brand and the forthcoming Hellcat.