Scary Cars for Halloween: Demons, Raptors and Ghosts — Oh My!

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Dodge Hellcat
When FCA announced that Dodge would be building a new Challenger with more than 700 horsepower, some thought they must be joking. It was no joke, and the brand named the engine in that massively powerful muscle car Hellcat. The Hellcat has spread like a contagion, now powering the Charger and Durango, even generating almost 800 horsepower in the Challenger Redeye. Given their massive muscle, it’s easy to imagine these cars possessing enough power to pounce from the netherworld — hence the Hellcat name.

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