Hellcat, Hellcat, Hellcat. Watch the Internets long enough and you might think the Dodge muscle car was the only news this year.
Here at Motor Authority, we’ve done more than our fair share of flogging the Hellcat, on the streets and in our headlines.
But there’s one question we haven’t answered just yet.
What happens when you have TWO Hellcats?
The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat and 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat are both powered by the supercharged 6.2L Hellcat Hemi, but while the Charger is only available with the 8-speed automatic transmission, the Challenger has a standard 6-speed manual transmission or the optional 8-speed auto. Of course, the Charger has an extra set of doors along with the unique appearance of each. They both have a huge Brembo brake package with 15.4” rotors up front, they both have an adjustable suspension system, they both have sporty leather front seats and they both have the incredible Chrysler UConnect system with the integrated SRT Gauges that include all kind of performance times. The Hellcat cars really only come loaded and they come with all of the same options, so there is no advantage between the two in terms amenities