Those who think that the auto industry has gone soft and lost it’s edge in these modern times were quickly and promptly proven wrong when Dodge decided to go nuts and unleash the 707 horsepower Hellcat duo onto the world. Thing is, that 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that gives the Hellcat its heart, soul, and winning personality wasn’t always going to be the engine that we know today. The Detroit Free Press recently uncovered the steps that the team took to get the car to make its seriously silly performance numbers.

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Hellcat Engineers Originally Were Sandbagging Horsepower Numbers To Management Before Unleashing The Ponies

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