The Dodge Hellcat V8 doesn’t have long, but it will leave a mark before it bids farewell.

Dodge will eventually have to remove the power source, drain the oil, and put the Hellcat V8 into permanent hibernation. 

The CEO of Dodge revealed the one thing that fans have been anticipating since 2021. 

The notoriously thirsty V8s will soon be history. However, the purebred American V8 has received a temporary second chance of life during  ....

the 2022 Dodge Speed Week. Dodge has unveiled the Charger and Challenger Final Call Editions as well as a brand-new Durago SRT Hellcat.

The Hellcat engine is the best thing since the Demon was killed off for everyone who relies on Dodge for performance, 

but soon Dodge will have to let Hellcat go because another revolution is about to start. 

Although the Hellcat V8 will eventually die, there are still many things to look forward to.

 Additionally, Dodge will say the Challenger and Charger goodbye. 

According to Tim Kuniskis, CEO of Dodge, we may be facing a catastrophe similar to the notorious Oil Crisis of 1972 that calls for drastic remedies.

Why We Love The Dodge Hellcat V8 The Grumman F6F Hellcat, a WWII Air Force carrier, inspired the name of the Hellcat engine, which was first launched in 2015. 

It had a 6.2-liter displacement and shared a bore and stroke with the 5.7-liter and the incredibly dependable 6.4-liter Hemi. 

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