Tag Archives: Hellcat

8 things we learned living with the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

A 707-horsepower SUV that can carry five people and their camping gear or attack a racetrack like a sports car, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is one of the most ridiculous creations in the automotive universe for all the right reasons. In our first drive report I said it was the most vicious Hellcat you can buy, and I still stand by that statement...

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8 things we learned living with the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

A 707-horsepower SUV that can carry five people and their camping gear or attack a racetrack like a sports car, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is one of the most ridiculous creations in the automotive universe for all the right reasons. In our first drive report I said it was the most vicious Hellcat you can buy, and I still stand by that statement...

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Someone built a Durango Hellcat because Dodge won’t

You know what didn't exist until now? A Dodge Durango Hellcat. Add some motivation and mechanical knowledge—a lot of elbow grease—and let's make tire-shredding history. You're welcome, America. A 2011 Dodge Durango R/T owner wanted to get her husband a gift, so she called Plum Floored Creations near Phoenix, a custom Mopar shop, to...

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Hellcan’t? No, a Chrysler 300 Hellcat isn’t coming after all

Hold your horses. All 707 of them, apparently. A report from Automotive News on Monday had us salivating that a Chrysler 300 Hellcat could be ready to leap out of the skunkwerks and into showrooms. Not so fast. A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles spokesman told Motor Authority on Tuesday that the automaker has no plans for a supercharged V-8 Hemi Hellcat engine in...

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A Chrysler 300 Hellcat might be coming in 2018, refresh for 2019

Hellcats are stalking the hallways at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles nowadays, apparently. While we thought it would strike next in a Ram in the form of a production TRX Concept, it seems the supercharged behemoth will make its way into a Chrysler 300 next. Wait, what? Automotive News (subscription required) reports the team over in Auburn Hills, Michigan, plan...

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