2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye | The Most Powerful Sedan 797 Hp
Next year Dodge will launch what it claims to be the world's fastest and most powerful mass-produced sedan: the Hellcat Redeye 2021 Dodge Charger SRT. Thanks to a supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 797-horsepower, installed under a new output hood with a practical air intake, it ripples with muscle. It's engineered to rule at 129 mph at the dragstrip with 10.6 seconds in quarter-mile times. According to Dodge, it runs at 60 mph in the mid-3s. And it has a 203 mph top speed.
Due to its demon-derived 6.2-liter supercharged V8, the Hellcat Redeye will get to 327 kph. This engine also brought a lot of Demon tech into the Redeye, such as an upgraded fuel and lubrication system, stronger pistons and connecting rods, a Power Chiller System, and a Race Cooldown feature. The suspension and brakes with SRT Drive modes, adjustable damping, and big 15.7-inch Brembo brakes on duty at the front remain standard Hellcat-spec.
Dodge used some Demon components for the engine and eight-speed automatic transmission including a bigger supercharger, better connecting rods and pistons, high-speed valvetrain, a new fuel injection system, an improved lubrication system, and an updated torque converter.
The SRT Power Chiller, which diverts air-conditioning from the cabin to intake to lower the air and coolant temperature for better performance. Another feature is the Race Cooldown, which enables the engine to operate at its optimal operating temperature by having the cooling fan of the engine running and the coolant pump. Also via the infotainment system, the driver can monitor the coolant temperature in realtime.
The Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye 's interior
The Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye 's interior comes with Laguna leather seats, which can be partially dressed with Alcantara as an option. All the seats and the console also feature silver stitching, with the cabin adorned with Light Black Chrome accents, a red speedometer with 220 mph, and plenty of SRT Hellcat Redeye logos scattered throughout.
The standard equipment includes adjustable suspension, Launch Assist and Launch Control, Torque Reserve -which prefills the intake with boost- and Line Lock for fast burnouts of course.
Dodge expects to formally open the order banks for the Charger Redeye later this fall with the first units being delivered to dealerships early in the 2021 calendar year. Pricing has not yet been announced, but we can expect that around the time that the order banks open. Frankly, anyone serious about buying one should expect to pay a bit more than they would for a similarly priced Challenger Redeye, so the numbers should range from roughly $78,000 to the low $90,000s.
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