2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat 

Dodge | September 09 2014

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat ready to be uncaged

For more than three months, we’ve kept the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat caged.

You’ve watched the videos. Printed out pictures to hang on the walls in your garage and cube or office. Made the Hellcat engine’s roar the ringtone on your smartphone. And hopefully saw the new ultimate Challenger live and in person at an event such as the Woodward Dream Cruise in metro Detroit.

But you couldn’t make the Challenger SRT Hellcat yours — until now.

Starting today, Sept. 9., Chrysler Group dealers with a Dodge franchise can officially start placing orders for the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

If you haven’t done this a thousand times already, you can use the “build and price” tool at the Dodge website to check out the various colors and options available on the 2015 Challenger. This way you’ll know exactly what you want.

The best news? Now that orders are being accepted, it won’t be too long before the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is prowling the streets.

Dale Jewett

Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters
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Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters and 0-to-60 times – and the people who make it happen. Because behind every awesome vehicle are amazing people with vision and the desire to make it a reality. I cover Mopar, Dodge, SRT and motorsports for FCA Digital Media. I learned to drive on a 1973 Jeep CJ-5 with the rare Super Jeep option package and three-speed manual transmission. I still belong to the dwindling club of people who prefer to shift their own gears, and think the best way to drive is with the top down!