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The best era for muscle machines is right now, and this 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat proves it from the moment it growls to life. With 707 horsepower, steering wheel paddle shifters, the best modern conveniences around, and a red-devil appearance, this individualized machine has been a collectible since day one.
This is a one-family owned vehicle. That tells you it has been given the proper respect, but all you have to do is take one look at this coupe to know it was treated as something truly special. The factory Tor-Red gets its name from the classic muscle car High Impact color palette, and so it has a vibrant look that lives up to its name. It only gets better on this example that has been given a terrific custom touch. The main black pieces of the car were color-matched to this bold red. This includes the front air dam, inset headlight housings, mesh grille, gas cap, rear panel, rear valance, and full-width spoiler. It still keeps its dark side sensibilities with the dark tinted windows and full-length custom pinstripes. Plus, the way the SRT wheels have the custom red accenting and the red calipers peeking out really make this a thoughtful and coordinated total appearance.
This Challenger continues its red and black theme inside. In fact, the bold red inserts in the seats and doors look like custom pieces, but they are just well-done options from Dodge. But they still gave this one the right custom touch by stitching the Hellcat logo in the headrests. And because this is a low-mileage coupe that's been under careful ownership, everything looks and feels impressively fresh. The special SRT front seats immediately hug your torso, and they're also engineered to be all-day comfortable. So they're perfect for a vehicle that's both a road car and a racer like this Hellcat. These front seats even power adjust to your perfect position in this loaded muscle machine. It comes with all the features you could want, including dual-zone automatic climate control, power windows, power locks, keyless entry & ignition, cruise control, power steering, dual front airbags, and side airbags. The center of this interior is a premium touchscreen that runs all the luxury and technology features, including Bluetooth, heated and ventilated seats, heated steering wheel, a backup camera, satellite navigation, and a full set of race-ready apps. But really, your favorite soundtrack happens when you grab the red key, because that unleashes the Hellcat's full fury.
The whole point of the Hellcat is what you see when you open the hood. You know Dodge couldn't stuff any more Mopar muscle in there as they added a supercharger to the monster fuel-injected 6.2-liter HEMI V8. And this example makes sure you're going to want to put it on display at the car shows. They have taken all the rigid plastic pieces that were once black and color-matched them to the rest of the car. Even the engine side covers were specially done in red. More than just look terrific, you'll love how this growls to life like no other modern car out there, and it backs up the bark with 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque straight from the factory. The eight-speed automatic transmission is the same design that's in use with everyone from Rolls-Royce to Aston Martin. It's smooth, strong, and quick all on its own. And any time you want full control, the steering wheel mounted paddle shifters give you the shifting action of a race car. The Challenger's body design might have been inspired by a retro car, but the fully independent sports suspension, big Brembo four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, fully independent suspension, and sticky ZR-rated tires are all part of a very modern package that keeps you in control like no '60s muscle car ever could.
Complete with owner's manual, this coupe is sharp, custom, and absolutely powerful. So if you were looking for an awesome Hellcat that stands apart from the rest as it pulls away from them all, call today!
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