Burnouts like this one are why Hellcats exists

If you own a Dodge Hellcat and aren’t going through a set of tires a month, you have the restraint of a monk. This Hellcat owner knows exactly what he’s got and how to use it. For burnouts, of course.

Using all 707 horses, he lights ’em up for a block and a half all the way through seventh gear, which is basically the reason this car exists. He even made that green light. What a responsible citizen.

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