Dodge Is Pulling The Plug On The Hellcat In 2023
Kuniskis revealed Dodge’s plans for the next couple of years as it transitions to electric power. But first, enthusiasts will have to accept that the Hellcat era is drawing to a close. “I will have this car, this platform, this powertrain as we know it through the end of ’23,” said Kuniskis in reference to the Hellcat models. “There’s two more years to buy a Hellcat, then it’s history.”
Current Hellcat models include the Challenger SRT Hellcat which produces 797 horsepower in Redeye guise. Another version of this engine makes up to 807 hp in the Challenger SRT Super Stock. There’s also the Charger SRT Hellcat that will be retired, while the Durango SRT Hellcat was always only going to be around for the 2021 model year.