Ever since launching last year, the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has been well received by both enthusiasts and the automotive press alike. It is not only incredibly powerful and therefore insanely fast, but comfortable enough to be driven on a daily basis and eye-catching enough to drop jaws and snap necks.
As you’d imagine however, the Challenger SRT Hellcat has caused some debate among enthusiasts and one particularly vocal petrol head is the creator of Regular Car Reviews.
Known for its deadpan spin on car reviews, it’s clear from the outset that the channel is quite puzzled by the whole concept of the Hellcat. It’s apparently ‘dumber than a bag of hammers’ and simply not the sort of car that the market is demanding Chrysler to produce.
Additionally, it seems as though the automaker is using the tag line of the Hellcat being the world’s most powerful muscle car as one of its key selling points. Of course, when a more powerful rival is inevitably launched, that tag line will become irrelevant.