When you think of the Challenger, you probably think of its legendary reputation for handling, reliability and value.
So, what does the Hellcat do for the money?
The Hellcat, as the name suggests, has an aluminum chassis and body that is built for the ultimate ride, with the weight of the vehicle resting heavily on the rear wheels.
The Hellcats powertrain also offers a unique set of features, including a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that powers a torque-vectoring rear axle, a supercharged V-8 that delivers 631 horsepower and 571 pound-feet of torque, and a six-speed manual transmission.
The Challenger was also one of the first cars to feature the “Hellcat” moniker, which stands for “high performance, safety and performance,” and that is the brand’s way of calling it the best-looking and most comfortable ride on the market.
To make the Hellcats look good, the car has been stripped down to a bare essentials.
Its engine, suspension and body are all carbon fiber and the only part of the car that has been redesigned is the front fenders.
The chassis and chassis elements are now carbon fiber.
The only part that has received a complete facelift is the new front fender, which is made of a combination of steel and aluminum.
The new front end also features a larger air dam, front spoiler and side skirts, while the rear wing and tailgate are made of aluminum and stainless steel.
The interior also received a facelifting, with new seats, a new dash, instrument cluster and a few other pieces.
The body also received new body panels and a new front fascia, with more vents and side vents.
The biggest change to the HellCat is the addition of the new “Springfield HellCat” paint scheme.
The color is white and the interior and exterior of the Hellcats has been updated to a carbon fiber color scheme.
This isn’t the first time that the Hellcar has been the butt of jokes and jokes have been made about the HellCats price.
In 2009, a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat owner on Craigslist asked for $5,000 to build the car and had the Hellbird built for $3,600.
In 2012, a woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison after she sold her Hellcat for $2,000.
In 2011, an anonymous buyer for $1,500 of the Dodge Challenger Hellcat posted an ad on Craigslist that said it would build the vehicle for $11,500.
That ad has since been taken down and no one has been convicted of the Craigslist scam.
The Dodge Challenger, in its own way, is one of those rare examples of an automobile that people still buy for a car they don’t need, even if they did.
The Dodge Challenger has become a staple of the American sports car market and even if you can’t afford a Hellcat today, the Challenger has been a success.
The fact that Dodge is now offering the Challenger for $6,000 is a great way to add to the brand name and get a Hellcar for a lower price than a regular car.