2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat X

Jul 28, 2015

Category: Rides

When you add an “X” to the name of whatever it is you’re naming, you’d better make damn sure that you’re going to bring it. An organization named Dream Giveaway has done just that with their 805 HP Hellcat X, a redux of the original Dodge Challenger Hellcat.

The Hellcat X takes inspiration from a WWII Grumman F6F Fighter. No, it’s not equipped with any Browning machine guns, but it does have the F6F’s same sense of aggression. It has a total power output of 805 hp and 800 pound-feet of torque, thanks to the two turbochargers added to the original’s 6.2-liter V8 engine. The car features aviation-inspired aluminum air extractors, a center hood scoop, and has a decklid spoiler. But obviously, it’s the car’s power that will draw in the eyes. The Hellcat X is being raffled for charity with tickets costing just $3 each, which could result in a win of not only the Hellcat X, but also a 1970 Challenger 440 R/T and an extra $40,000 cash.

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