1514-horsepower, 12.4 liters of engine displacement, 16-cylinders, and 5.1-liters of supercharger displacement between these two Dodge Hellcats we took driving through some of Texas’ country roads. I was in the 2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody, and my friend Matt was in the F8 Green Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. I’ve driven so many SRT Hellcats over the past few years, and I still get the same thrill driving them now as I did the very first time I got behind the wheel of one back in 2016.

This particular 2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody tester in Smoke Show grey is a fantastic-looking car. It’s bold, aggressive, and makes no apologies for anything. It stopped me in my tracks every time I pulled it out of the garage. Yes, it’s an older platform. Yes, it’s still one of the most fun enthusiast vehicles you can buy at any price.

It’s incredible how agile these cars are despite their heft. Without fail, I returned home with the dumbest smile every time I took the car out for a drive. SO MUCH FUN.

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Zerin Dube

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