The Dodge Charger Hellcat has always been popular with car fans due to its extreme power. That 707 horsepower was hard not to get excited about. That makes it hard not to use extreme comparisons and words when used to describe the Charger Hellcat. As a writer for MSN Autos put it, the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is “Nuclear overkill.”
It’s clear from his review of the Charger SRT Hellcat that writer Will Sabel Courtney is overwhelmed by it. One of those is what to use to describe his time with the Charger. In his own words “It’s hard to avoid nuclear terminology when trying to describe the 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi known as the Hellcat.” In the end, the word that came out to describe the Charger Hellcat is “overkill.”
Is the Dodge Charger Hellcat too much power for its own good? It may just be. The problem with that idea is that I believe the appeal of the Charger Hellcat is the idea of overkill. It’s a muscle car with as much power poured into it as possible. That’s what the power of something like this wants. It’s the fun and the thrill of the drive that is wanted.
Courtney does realize this. He compares the fun of driving the Charger Hellcat to what it is that makes people wait in line for a ride at a Six Flags.
Check out the review of the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat and see if you agree that the Hellcat engine is overkill.
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