2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock Is Ready To Obliterate Muscle Cars

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is just literally a Dodge Hypercar, cause it has these hypercar’s performance and also the Beast of all Muscle Cars.

The supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that lurks in all the Hellcats here uses the Demon’s 2.7-liter supercharger, which also appears in Hellcat Redeye models. However, in the Super Stock it makes an extra 10 horses for 807 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque.

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

Power is sent to a 3.09 gear set in the limited-slip rear differential via an 8-speed automatic transmission. That’s on pump gas, not the good racing stuff. It can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.25 seconds, run the quarter mile in 10.50 seconds at 131 mph, and hit a tire-limited top speed of 168 mph.

To help create the extra power, Dodge recalibrated the engine and increased the redline 100 revs to 6,400 rpm.

Also Read: 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Debuts With A Top Speed Of 203 mph.

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

The new Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock also features Brembo brakes, a performance tuned assymetrical limited-slip differential and uniquely tuned Bilstein high-performance adaptive dampers, which are set to their firmest setting in Track mode. Other driving modes available include the Sport and Custom, as well as the Auto, which softens up the suspension.

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

Launch Assist, Launch Control, Line Lock, Torque Reserve, Race Cooldown, SRT Performance Pages and SRT Power Chiller are also standard so you can make the most of all that performance.

Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

Available in one of 13 different exterior colors that range from F8 Green to Hellraisin, Pitch Black, Sinamon Stick, Triple Nickel and others, which can be combined with Black, Demonic Red and Sepia interior tones, the Challenger SRT Super Stock will launch this summer. Production of the model is not limited and will continue throughout the 2021 model year, and although Dodge hasn’t announced the pricing yet, it did say that the first cars will arrive at dealers later this year.

Source: carscoops

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