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One-off Dream Giveaway Challenger Hellcat X Packs a Cool 805 HP

If you think the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is not powerful enough for you, then perhaps you are way too demanding, but your power obsession aside, it looks like your cry for more power in this American muscle did not fall on deaf ears because someone has pumped up that monster and it is called Hellcat X. Hellcat X is a one-off custom Challenger SRT Hellcat by Dream Giveaway team, named in homage to the experimental WWII fighter aircraft by the same name. This specially souped up Hellcat sees the power being bumped up to 805 horsepowers and the torque to 800 lb-ft – thanks to the addition of the Hellion Power Systems turbocharger which consisted of not one, but two force induction scrollers. Though, performance is yet to be released. Continue reading One-off Dream Giveaway Challenger Hellcat X Packs a Cool 805 HP

Turbine Engine is Not Limited to Aircraft, Abrams Tanks and Batmobile, This 1960s Chrysler Car Had it Too

Unless you grew up in the 60s (or maybe even the 50s), chances are, you are not aware that Chrysler actually had a Turbine-powered passenger car that runs on kerosene, diesel or JP-4 jet fuel. It was kind of the big deal, because it literally has an aircraft engine powering it way before M1 Abrams and Putsch Racing iteration of Tim Burton’s Batmobile did. And not surprisingly, the car was born out of the supersonic jet engine age, where rockets and jets played a big part influencing the design and technology of car designs of the 50s and 60s. The Turbine car had a total of seven generations, all of which were prototypes that never saw the light of mass production due to cost of manufacturing as compared to standard internal combustion engine. Continue reading Turbine Engine is Not Limited to Aircraft, Abrams Tanks and Batmobile, This 1960s Chrysler Car Had it Too

Here’s the 2015 Chrysler 300. It Looks the Same, But Not Quite the Same

So, here it is, the much anticipated sedan the Pentastar brand has to offer: the Chrysler 300. And if you adore the look of the second-gen 300, then you will probably won’t be disappointed with this one. Though the two generations look pretty alike, they does feel a little different, thanks to the 30 percent larger mesh front grille and generally speaking, sleeker and more sculptured front end that has less things happening, which is spells awesome in our books. The new iteration also gets redesigned front and LED rear lights, new finishes and new wheel designs, but those are pretty much where the difference ends as far as exterior is concerned. Continue reading Here’s the 2015 Chrysler 300. It Looks the Same, But Not Quite the Same

With 707 HP, The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Is The World’s Most Powerful And Fastest Sedan

the Challenger SRT Hellcat might have blew your mind with its insane, if not unnecessary, 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque, but what if you have a family to ferry? two doors ain’t going to be anywhere near practical and that’s why there is the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, stuffed with the same supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat engine under the bonnet, which naturally, offers the same ridiculous 707 horses and 650 lb-ft of torque as the other Hellcat. Dodge is claiming the Charger SRT Hellcat the “quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan in the world” (well, right out of the factory, that is), which it has three numbers to back it up: 11 seconds quarter mile sprint, under 13 seconds to get from naught to100 mph (160 km/h), and 204 mph (328 km/h) top speed. Continue reading With 707 HP, The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Is The World’s Most Powerful And Fastest Sedan

Meet The Most Powerful Challenger Ever: The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

whenever we come across a factory-souped up vehicle, we always said the same thing: get it if you want the performance and spend less time at the shop. the same applies to the recently announced 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, but the real kicker is, it is the most powerful Challenger ever, driven by an all-new 6.2-liter HEMI supercharged V8, which happens to be the most powerful V8 unit Chrysler Group has ever produced. so just how much ponies this beastly engine turns out? according to Dodge, you can expect nothing less than 600 horses. though no numbers were provided for the torque. it will be interesting to see how much metal-twisting this thing will turn out. anyway, this monstrous power will fed through either a six-speed stick shift gearbox or an eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic, sending them to its rear wheels. the gearbox also touts four driving modes – default, sport, track and custom – with different parameters across steering, traction and suspension, to suit the intended driving condition. Continue reading Meet The Most Powerful Challenger Ever: The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat