2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock courtesy FCA Media
The SRT Super Stock introduces an enhanced version of the Redeye's supercharged 6.2 V8 with 807 horsepower, the first Mopar since the Demon to break the 800 horsepower barrier. Like the Redeye, it uses an 8-speed automatic as its only transmission. The Super Stock uses the Widebody fenders and unique 315/40R18 Nitto drag radials that are legal (barely) for the street. It has tested consistently at 10.5 seconds in the 1/4 mile. Unlike other Hellcat models, SRT Super Stock uses the smaller 14.2-inch front brakes from R/T Scat Pack models with the naturally aspirated 6.4 V8. This is to clear the 18-inch wheels it uses for its drag radials. Like every model from the R/T up, it offers a rear seat delete to remove almost 50 pounds of weight.
All Hellcat and Redeye models except Super Stock get larger front brake rotors: 15.7 inches.
The 6.4-liter naturally aspirated Challenger R/T Scat Pack and T/A 392 are now offered with the Widebody handling package.
Memory seats, mirrors and power steering column are now available, an option on all models.
Twenty-inch wheels are now standard on GT.
2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye
As Dodge keeps the elder sedan fresh and alive, the Redeye now comes to the Charger with its 797-horsepower supercharged V8 straight from the Challenger Redeye. The standard SRT Hellcat is now 717 horsepower, previously the option in the SRT Hellcat Daytona. The 707 horsepower supercharged V8 is discontinued. SRT, Widebody and Daytona models get larger front brakes: 15.7 inches in diameter.
2021 Dodge Durango R/T Tow-n-Go courtesy FCA Media
A refreshed exterior is highlighted by distinct daytime running lights and includes a new grille, fascia, bumpers, hood and wheels. A rear spoiler is added as a new feature to add to the aggressive looks. A new interior is sportier also and includes UConnect 5, an even faster version of one of the world's best-designed automotive user interface.
A Tow N Go package is offered on the R/T model, which emphasizes sportiness and the 8700 pound towing capacity of the 5.7-liter Hemi V8.
2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat courtesy FCA Media
We knew this day was coming. Durango SRT Hellcat. Called a one-year only special model, technically you should rush out and place your order with your local Dodge dealership, but we can't believe it won't be extended or revived under a different guise. With 710 horsepower and 645 pound-feet of torque from its supercharged 6.2-liter iron blockHemi V8, the SRT Hellcat Durango also benefits from larger 15.7-inch brakes. Dodge claims an 11.5-second quarter mile with its standard 8-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.
Both SRT 392 and Hellcat models also benefit from the refresh lesser Durangos get for 2021: grille, hood, headlights, etc.
The vehicle that started the people-mover revolution in 1983 is finally no more.
Finally gone. Finally, oh thank God! Finally gone.