Chrysler Confirms a 6.2-Liter "Hellcat" Engine
With one of these two types moving out 662 horsepower and 580 horsepower, respectively, the 470-horsepower 2013 Challenger SRT8 only doesn't reduce it.
The report claims this 6.2-liter supercharged engine is placed to create as much as 640 power, that'll set is approximately on par with all the SRT Viper's 8.4-liter.
Supposedly, this engine will find its way into the next-generation Challenger, which is slated to arrive in the 2015 model year. So, why is Chrysler just now working on this engine? Well, the report claims that the unnamed leaker said this is Chrysler’s “last hurrah” in the muscle car realm before the stricter CAFÉ standards take hold.
Stay tuned for more updates on the “Hellcat” 6.2-liter engine. We certainly can’t wait to see Chrysler finally compete with the top-performing muscle cars on the market again.
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