Dodge knows a thing or two about muscle cars. It’s been building brutish quarter-mile racers since the 1960s, and even under the looming pressure of autonomy and electrification, the company continues to do so today – and better than anyone else. But while quarter-miles times and stoplight sprints are still very much part of the equation (see: the new Super Stock), the 2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye is a bit different.
Yes, with 797 horsepower, 707 pound-feet, and a top speed of 203 miles per hour, this car is fast as hell in a straight line.
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