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SRT is Mopar-speak for “Give it a really big engine,” and the Charger SRT and SRT Hellcat got the memo. The Charger SRT boasts a 485-hp 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 and an adaptive suspension with street, sport, and track modes. The engine is awesome, but the ride quality is harsh in any of the settings, and the steering lacks feedback. Topping the horsepower charts is the SRT Hellcat, which makes an amazing 707 hp from its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8; it’s the most powerful production sedan on Earth.

For 2019, the Dodge Charger comes with an After-Run Chiller, which does just that. After the driver shuts off the engine with the After-Run Chiller engaged, the engine computer will monitor internal temperatures and keep fluids and air moving to cool the engine down faster, ultimately creating a shorter cooldown period. Furthermore, to make the best use of this increase in horsepower, the well-known Torque Reserve feature a.k.a. launch control will allow the Charger SRT Hellcat to precharge the supercharger by closing its bypass valve and deliberately misfiring the engine to build up a lot of horsepower before the wheels turn. We’re also going to see the addition of an electronic line lock mode where the car engages only the front brakes to allow for a stationary burnout to warm up the rear tires. Add this to the addition of Launch Assist, a new addition that aims to prevent a loss of control by adjusting the engine output proactively in response to launch and traction – a smart safety feature that will also come standard with the 2019 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack trim.


Tommy Milner, Corvette Racing Driver, 24 Hours of Le Mans Champion & Win Your New Car Spokesperson