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After joining forces with Chrysler, Dodge expanded as a business and began producing some truly outstanding automobiles. 

The Hemi engines, which are at the core of Dodge vehicles, were created in 1966 as a joint effort with Chrysler. 

It's amazing to learn about the history of the Hemi engine itself. 

The cylinder heads of these engines are hemispherical, resulting in a higher surface-to-volume ratio and improved combustion with little heat loss. 

For improved ignition, this design inserts the spark plug in the middle of the combustion chamber.

All of these components increase power output, especially with higher displacement engines like the 392 6.4-liter V8 and 

the 5.7-liter, 6.1-liter, 6.2-liter, and 6.2-liter utilised in the SRT Hellcat and SRT Demon. 

The smallest of these engines, the 5.7-liter V8, has a maximum output of 350 horsepower, while the largest, the 6.2-liter V8, has a maximum output of 800 horsepower. 

After 2023, the Hellcat won't exist since Dodge has stated that it does want to go the electric path.

Retro styling and power is the selling point for the Challenger. But with immensely powerful models such as the SRT Hellcat and Demon, is more horsepower truly better?

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