If you thought Dodge would stop with the 797 horsepower Hellcat Redeye, or the 807 horsepower Challenger Super Stock, you’d be wrong. Teased during the ongoing Dodge Speed Week extravaganza that’s taking place at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan (home of Roadkill Nights), there are a few veiled muscle cars on a transporter truck that deserve more attention. Each one of them feature a unique cover, which also details a presumed reveal date, a presumed production number, and a few other clues. The ones that are really interesting are the two at the back of the trailer. Their coverings say “6.2L HO,” presumably standing for High Output, dates for when they will debut, and that they will presumably carry an extremely limited production volume of 300 units each. Are these the E85-tuned Dodge Hellcats that are rumored to push beyond 900 horsepower? We’re willing to bet that they are.
2023 Dodge Charger And Challenger Hellcat Redeye High Output E85 Tune: Details
According to previous reports at Mopar Insiders, Dodge isn’t done with the Hellcat just yet, and has something special in the works that will debut during the brand’s Never Lift campaign. Per the report, the E85 Dodge Hellcat muscle cars are expected to be of limited production, but could kick out more horsepower than even that of the 840 horsepower SRT Demon. Consider that the Direct Connection Stage 3 Kit for the Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat Redeye muscle cars can kick out 885 horsepower when on 100+ octane fuel. E85 fuel is also cheaper to run on than gasoline, which is something that is sure to be attractive to customers. So, we’ll just have to wait and see.
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