The 2013 Dodge Challenger, Louder Than God’s Revolver!

When the boys at Dodge designed the new Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, harmony and economy was clearly not in the game plan! Oh no, this monster’s heart beats with a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 with a disturbing 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque allowing it to boast of from 0-100 in less than 5 seconds.

Not mentioning the performance-tuned suspension, 6-speed Tremec transmission and the grand retro look, resembling the 1970 model.

This coupe can do the quarter mile in the high 12’s with a top speed of 182… partnered with Brembo four-piston fixed callipers, optional Goodyear Supercar three-season tires and a three mode Electronic Stability Control with Ready Alert Braking and Rain Brake Support to ensure that your monster stays where it should.

The Dodge Challenger set the bar once for muscle cars and is now doing it again, just to show its competitors the 650Hp Shelby GT500 and the 580Hp Camaro ZL1 what a real piece of muscle looks like. Just as it did way back when, the Challenger sets the standard for performance as well as looks and style!

As for the previously mentioned 6.4-liter Hemi; Ultimate Auto installed a Magnavox blower on the Challenger’s V8, with an added Magnaflow exhaust system.

A launch control system spins the engine to optimum launch rpms, and manages wheel-spin for the fastest acceleration imaginable.

The 2013 Challenger looks and performs like the Devil’s fart trapped in eternity- ferocious and on the edge of exploding in power!

R4 39 995 might not get you the fastest muscle, but it ensures you the Supercharged STR8 Challenger.

Not bad at all if taken into consideration that this is better than your wife, life and children and that no other car on the road will tick the muscle car boxes quite like this one.

The SRT8 SC makes you want to grow a 70s porno ‘stache, pop in your favourite Guns and Roses cassette and relive the glory days – just with more brute power and sex appeal!



Lover of Muscle Cars, Zombies & Famous Movie Monsters. Busy restoring a ’70 Ford Fairmont. Collector of HotWheels. Firm believer of "Anything that gets your blood racing is probably worth doing".

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