We’re well used to track-biased versions of our sports cars – think Porsche 911 GT3 RS or Ferrari 458 Speciale – but what us Europeans don’t tend to do are drag specials.
The same can’t be said across the pond. If you thought the Dodge Challenger Hellcat existed purely to increase the share prices of tyre companies, then we hope you’re sitting down for this: the Challenger Drag Pak. And yes, that is how they’re spelling it.
Its staggered wheel and tyre sizes and competition styling immediately lend the Drag Pak an air of aggression, backed up nicely by the choice of two engines – V8s, naturally – available in supercharged 5.8 and naturally aspirated 7.0-litre forms. The interior is stripped of anything unnecessary. more...
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