More serious than you would think: 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat road testing
A few thousand additional three-row SUVs with Hellcat engines didn't really need to exist, but their presence will make the world a lot more
exciting. You will also be acquainted with the process if you are familiar with the Durango Hellcat recipe from back in 2021. Dodge
installed a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 under the hood, producing 645 pound-feet of torque and 710 horsepower for this use. This is an
improvement over the TRX's 702, but it falls short of the Charger and Challenger Hellcat versions' full 717 horsepower. Do you even care?
No, the key feature of this powerplant is that it makes the Durango move like crap and emits grating supercharger whining noises.