Dodge Durango Hellcat Review: Dodge Shifts to Full-Time Muscle

Dodge Durango Hellcat Review: Dodge Shifts to Full-Time Muscle


This year, Dodge has decided to devote most of its time to creating exhilarating and powerful muscle vehicles. For decades, Dodge has been recognized for revolutionizing the way people view minivans. They have created a wide range of popular vans, but they have now decided to switch their attention from the minivan to the SUV. And they have decided to make the Dodge Durango the newest member of the Hellcat family.


The 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is still in the conceptual stages of production, but so far, it is looking like it will be one of the most impressive SUVs to date. The 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat will have a redefined suspension that will help to make it more off-road accessible. It will also feature a supercharged HEMI V8 engine that is said to produce an impressive 710 Horsepower.


Dodge will also be adding other popular vehicles to the Hellcat lineup including the Charger, which will feature a 797-horsepower engine, and the Challenger, which will come equipped with a supercharged 807 horsepower engine.


This will be the first step that Dodge is taking to fully transition to producing muscle vehicles. They have announced that because of their new initiative to create muscle cars, they will no longer be producing the Dodge Caravan or the Dodge Journey after this year.


The FCA's head of passenger cars for North America, Tim Kuniskis, said that Dodge's decision to focus more on muscle cars was based on the consumers' desire to have a more versatile vehicle. He said that the three new Hellcat vehicles will "address the varying life stages of our consumers, three vehicles that can go from cool to crazy with just a single check of a box on the order form."


Even though Dodge will not be making the Journey or the Caravan anymore, they will still have plenty of options available for families. And with a more powerful engine and a spacious and luxurious interior, the new Dodge Durango Hellcat will be more versatile than ever before.


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