Dodge Challenger

2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat, Challenger Super Stock and Charger Hellcat Redeye debut

2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat, Challenger Super Stock and Charger Hellcat Redeye debut

Dodge’s SRT division is an endless pit of absolute lunacy. The brand keeps the American formula of muscle cars alive in Dodge’s lineup, because stuffing Hellcat engines into random cars is easier than making door trim that doesn’t fall off every summer. Dodge has now decided to churn out three more cars — 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat, Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock, and Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye — all ready to hand over about 800 horsepower to people with no proper training.

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Comparo: 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT vs Ford Mustang GT vs Chevrolet Camaro SS

Comparo: 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT vs Ford Mustang GT vs Chevrolet Camaro SS

The last time we did a muscle-car comparo back in 2011, the Mustang still had the suspension of a bullock cart, the Camaro was a heavy tank with slit windows, and the Challenger was the size of the Titanic. Fast-forward to 2017, and the Mustang has now become a refined tea-sipping aristocrat; the Camaro is a lighter, smaller car with even slittier windows; and the Challenger is still the size of the Titanic, except with better everything under the skin. Time for another comparo then. Which is the best muscle car available today?

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First drive: 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T at Yas Marina Abu Dhabi

First drive: 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T at Yas Marina Abu Dhabi

It almost feels like Dodge is exclusively a muscle-car brand. Sure, they also peddle the excellent Durango currently, but at the moment, their brand seems to be defined by the Charger and the Challenger, with a bit of Viper thrown in as well. Muscle-cars are known to only be straight-line warriors, so Dodge saw it fit to let us try out their latest Challengers and Chargers at the Yas Marina circuit no less.

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So we got a 2014 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

So we got a 2014 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392


The last time we got behind the wheel of a Dodge Challenger SRT8 was back in early 2011, driving a 2010 version with the 6.1-litre Hemi and standard bouncy suspension. Even then, it left a mark on our minds, more so than its two other rivals, as the best iteration of a true muscle-car that harks back to the hey-days of the 1960s. And then the 392 version came out in late 2011, with a host of upgrades, including a 6.4-litre Hemi and adaptive suspension. But this is the first time we got to try it out.

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