Dodge’s high-output Hellcat powertrain brand finds another application – a vehicle with four doors instead of two – and the brand’s boss wants to be perfectly understood: Production will not be capped at 1,200 units.
When the 707-hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat launched recently, a rumor the car would be low-volume stirred up angry Internet posters.
As the 4-door Charger SRT Hellcat is unveiled here as a precursor to this weekend’s Woodward Dream Cruise, Tim Kuniskis says those fears are unfounded.
“That’s not true about the 1,200 units. We’ve never said that,” the president and CEO of Dodge and SRT brands and fleet operations tells journalists. “That rumor really upset a lot of people.”