The moment you say, Hellcat, you know the car is going to pack the most powerful Dodge engines. And when the car is an SUV, things get even wilder!

The days of the Dodge Challenger Demon may be numbered, according to Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis, 

who recently said that all gasoline-powered engines may soon become obsolete since the future may be electric.

And this does not imply that the performance days are constrained.

The days of Dodge's SRT division are likewise numbered as electric vehicles are hailed as the next greatest thing since, well, pollution controls that killed the muscle car.

Again, just the division is closing; theoretically, all the expertise and people are being redirected towards Stellantis' vision for the future Dodge, Jeep,  ...

Ram, Fiat as well as Peugeot, Citron, Alfa Romeo, Opel, Maserati, and many more automakers.

The Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat was initially intended to have a constrained manufacturing cycle that would conclude in June 2021. 

However, the carmaker just made the unexpected announcement that this crazy SUV would return for a second run as a 2023 MY. 

And many 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat owners are furious about this choice, believing it would significantly reduce the value of their vehicles.

The History Of The Dodge Durango In an effort to stay afloat, Chrysler was constantly merging and unmerging with other organisations when the Dodge Durango arrived on the market in 1998. 

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