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Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Hellcat specs

Price in Europe €89,900 - €112,900
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1892-2028 kg (4171-4471 lbs)
Dimensions 5.02 m (198 in) long, 1.92 m (76 in) wide, 1.45 m (57 in) high
Wheelbase 2.95 m (116 in)
Introduced 2014
Origin country United States
Gas mileage 18.0-14.7 l/100 km (13-16 mpg US / 16-19 mpg UK)
Views 115k
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Acceleration

0 - 50 kph2.0 s
0 - 80 kph3.2 s
0 - 100 kph3.9 s
0 - 130 kph5.5 s
0 - 160 kph7.3 s
0 - 180 kph8.8 s
0 - 200 kph10.7 s
0 - 250 kph18.3 s
0 - 300 kph38.0 s
1000 m20.8 s
0 - 60 mph3.6 s
0 - 100 mph7.6 s
0 - 150 mph17.0 s
Est. 1/8 mile8.0 s @ 105.6 mph
1/4 mile11.7 s
Est. 1/2 mile18.7 s @ 158.4 mph
Est. 1 mile30.3 s @ 179.0 mph
Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Hellcat acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed320 kph (199 mph)
Est. 0 - 100 mph - 011.1 s @ 761 ft
Est. max acceleration0.77 g (8 m/s²)
18m slalom64.8 kph (40.3 mph)
Est. emissions360 g/km
Lateral acceleration0.94 g (9 m/s²)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Chrysler 392 HEMI V-8 Supercharged
Displacement 6.4 l (392 ci / 6424 cc)
Power 717 ps (707 bhp / 527 kw) @ 6200 rpm
Torque 881 Nm (650 lb-ft) @ 4000 rpm
Power / liter 112 ps (110 hp)
Power / weight 366 ps (361 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 449 Nm (332 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 44 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 35 ps
Transmission Tremec TR6060 6 Speed Manual and Chrysler 8 Speed Automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive

More 0-60 and 1/4 mile times

Braking distance

100 kph - 034 m (110 ft)
200 kph - 0132 m (435 ft)
60 mph - 033 m (109 ft)
70 mph - 047 m (154 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)3.2 s
60 - 100 kph (5)4.6 s
80 - 120 kph (5)4.3 s
80 - 120 kph (6)6.4 s
80 - 120 kph (7)8.7 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph6.8 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph27.3 s
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Branden  2w ago

Did nobody catch that they put supercharged 6.4 in the specs? The Hellcat is a supercharged 6.2, 376 CI.


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BMW M3  2w ago

xD https://sendvid.com/30739gb5


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Giulia  2w ago

lol https://sendvid.com/tvw4dxms


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Sigurateee  1m ago

 


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hostboy  3m ago

Hoppelmoppel123 said to change the name to Challenger SRT Hellcat, he's correct

There have been no cars produced with the SRT8 (SRT-8) label since late 2014...

https://www.edmunds.com/dodge/challenger/2015/srt-hellcat/


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Hoppelmoppel123  3m ago

@fastestlaps please change the name to Challenger SRT Hellcat


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hostboy  3m ago

Sub-11s 0-200kph times are only possible with VHT glue, unless it's the Redeye or similar. There are speculations that most of the Hellcats in Europe are tuned by AEC, like the Hellcat X (805hp) and Hellcat XR (888hp) models. That's why one of those versions traps 132mph in the 1/4-mile. Actually, a Super Stock or Demon can barely do that without the "Crate" toolkit.

NO Hellcat has ever done a 10.7 or 11.2 0-200 without either a rollout or VHT glue, not even the Redeye and that's according to both magazine tests and blue-check YouTube channels; the Redeye MIGHT do an 11.2, but it has YET to be verified.

It's time to accept that the standard Hellcat is just as fast as the moderate supercars of the mid-2000s, such as the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, Porsche 911 GT2 (996), and TVR Sagaris. And that's okay. However, you'll be lucky if you're from Continental Europe and this thing even cracks 13 seconds to 200kph without a rollout; to put into UK and US terms, 9 seconds to 100mph and 20 seconds to 150mph.

Compared to all those semi-track-focused pony cars and grand tourers (basically the equivalents to PG-13 and soft-R romcom and drama flicks), the standard Hellcat feels more like a slightly-cruder-than-average PG or soft-PG-13 film like Antz, Shrek, The Simpsons Movie, or Rango. Again, that's OK. The Hellcat and Redeye both ride on an old German chassis, and their curves and bodyworks are relatively modest.


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hostboy  3m ago

Sub-11s 0-200kph times are only possible with VHT glue, unless it's the Redeye or similar. There are speculations that most of the Hellcats in Europe are tuned by AEC, like the Hellcat X (805hp) and Hellcat XR (888hp) models. That's why that version traps 132mph in the 1/4-mile.

NO Hellcat has ever done a 10.7 0-200, not even the Redeye and that's according to both magazine tests and blue-check YouTube channels.


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hostboy  4m ago

 


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hostboy  5m ago

@FastestLaps: Please change displacement to 6166 cc
https://www.evo.co.uk/dodge/challenger/202776/dodge-challenger-srt-hellcat-redeye-review


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hostboy  7m ago

Actually it looks like that 10.7 timing to 200km/h might not have been from a stock Hellcat anyway for MANY reasons:

1) This AEC-imported model accelerated from 100-200kph in 6.8s while in Germany, while every single other automatic Hellcat Challenger did 100-200 in 7.4-7.8s.

1.5) Even the Charger variant, which is far more aerodynamic, couldn't do any better than a 7-flat.

2) Even the dragstrip-prepped models in the US, and I hate to break this to you guys but EVEN the Hellcat REDEYE models can't trap 213kph (the trap speed listed in ABSC's 6/2015 comparison).

2.5) The original four-door Charger Hellcat trapped 206kph in 11.7s (prepped surface) and 207kph in 11.9s (unprepped surface) in a joint-venture test with both C/D and ABSC. Neither time accounting for the rollout of course.

3) The 10.7 listed by a German mag is the equivalent to our 10.4 for 0-200kph. NOT in any way possible even for a Redeye with 3.09 gears or a 91-octane Super Stock/Demon on regular tires and an unprepped surface.

3.5) AMuS got a more reasonable 11.2 time from 0-200 and even THAT Hellcat was no longer stock (it used the aftermarket 3.09 gears); it meant 10.9 with the rollout, which is easily achievable on every prepped American dragstrip with a MUCH BETTER 0-100 time than 4.1s.

4) To add, AEC might have been using Hennessey's tooling kits to make it look like the "insane" monster that it totally is. I get the 11.7 quartermile time, and I believe it can do 11.4 on a dragstrip, but at 213? Not just "no way," but a BIG HELL NO to that trap speed. Mk5 Viper, C7 ZR1, Mk2 Ford GT, Huracan LP580-2, and 570S hardly do that trap speed either.

Disclaimer: Don't take my word for it. Take a look at the American V8 cars from the 1960s all the way even up to today that were tested by drag racers (mostly Hot Rod Magazine and Road Test TV; + some YouTubers), with their 'ringer' quartermile results.

Unfortunately there are still some people out there that believe and trust everything a magazine shows to them. Motor Trend lied about the Mk1 Ford GT performance (it didn't trap 131mph in the ¼mile). Car and Driver lied about the Ferrari 458 Italia performance, and Top Gear lied about the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera performance (neither car traps 134-136mph). Car and Driver also lied about the R35 Mk1 Nissan GT-R performance (only Mk3 and newer cars trap 124mph).


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Corvolet3  1y ago

I'm slowly losing braincells from this channel:

 


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AzaanPD  2y ago

Acurrate figures in this video:
0-100 kph in 4.76 seconds
1/4 mile in 12.14 seconds
0-200 kph in 12.52 seconds
0-250 kph in 20.46 seconds
https://youtu.be/xa9i0YXBRlw


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aaayy  2y ago

Haha
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hostboy  4y ago

How in the frick is it 4162 lb?!? In what world/!?!


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hostboy  4y ago

How in the frick is it 4162 lb?!? In what world/!?!


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motonvipr  4y ago

The weight is way off, its more like 4450lbs.
(post #6: https://www.hellcat.org/threads/hellcat-challenger-shipping-weight.28033/)


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hostboy  4y ago

AlVolante actually got these results:
0-100 km/h in 4.7 secs
0-160 km/h in 9.2 secs
0-200 km/h in 12.3 secs
0-400 m in 12.5 secs at 202 km/h
0-1000 m in 21.8 secs at 258 km/h

(..8-speed auto version btw..)


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hostboy  4y ago

[2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody] Motor Trend 7/2018 test results [published in "Ultimate Grand Tourers" page on this issue date] (8-spd. auto.)
0-30 mph = 1.4 s
0-40 mph = 2.2 s
0-50 mph = 2.7 s
0-60 mph = 3.4 s
0-70 mph = 4.2 s
0-80 mph = 4.8 s
0-90 mph = 5.6 s
0-100 mph = 7.3 s
1/4-mile = 11.5 s / 122.2 mph
Figure-8 = 24.8 s / 0.88 g
Lateral acceleration = 1.11 g
Willow Springs = 84.75 s





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anony  6y ago

The data below comes from Auto Bild Sportscars.


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hostboy  6y ago

0-50 km/h: 2,0 s
0-100 km/h: 3,9 s
0-130 km/h: 5,5 s
0-160 km/h: 7,3 s
0-200 km/h: 10,7 s
0-250 km/h: 18,3 s
0-300 km/h: 38,0 s
0-402,34 m: 11,67 s @ 212,5 km/h
0-1000 m: 20,75 s

https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/dedethecollector/16823362914/in/set-72157652504371561/

http://www.caterham.de/download/?caterham2.pdf


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uptownfunker  7y ago

The thing is, that you never changed the curb weight on this or the Lamborghini Huracan. Only for the Charger Hellcat and LaFerrari, but not for the other cars I told you to change the weight numbers on.


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uptownfunker  7y ago

Okay! What I was saying is, a: this car weighs much heavier than 4162 lb, b: even Chrysler claims 4449 lb for both the manual and the automatic Challenger Hellcat, and c: it's been proven that magazines test this car weighing between 4400 and (maybe at max?) 4600 lb.


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FastestLaps  7y ago

A stupid question indeed. You even know its a stupid question, why bother even asking?

Of course C&D is reputable source, about as reputable as you can get.


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uptownfunker  7y ago

@FastestLaps and/or other admins: This might be a stupid question, but do you guys not consider Car and Driver a reliable source anymore?


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uptownfunker  7y ago

Hahahahahaha I guess this site hates testweight numbers that are extremely above the manufacturer's claim. ;)