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710-HP 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat Gets Wrecked After 479 Miles

If you’ve been wanting a Dodge Durango Hellcat but couldn’t get one before they sold out, a new and unusual opportunity might’ve just popped up. That’s because one of these brand-new Hellcat SUVs just showed up at a Copart lot after getting wrecked. To make matters worse, this 710-hp family hauler covered just 479 miles …
A gray-with-black-stripes 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat parked by a mountain lake

Performance SUV Options Will Leave Sports Cars in The Dust

Buying an SUV seems like a pretty drab idea, especially to sports car drivers who enjoy an exciting driving experience. But, for many families, driving a sports car isn’t necessarily a practical option, and when you’re squeezing in car seats, soccer bags, and the family dog, you feel like you’re sacrificing a driving experience that …
A gray-and-black 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat next to a yellow 2021 Lamborghini Urus next to a black 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk on a racetrack

Super SUV Showdown: Durango Hellcat vs. Urus vs. Trackhawk

The Hellcat engine’s days might be numbered, but Dodge isn’t letting it go gentle into the good night. This is why, for 2021 only, there’s the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat. But it’s not the only high-powered SUV available; it’s not even the only one Stellantis offers. There’s also the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and Lamborghini’s …
2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody Redeye doing donuts in parking lot

Watch: 2021 SRT Wide Body Hellcat Redeye Doing Donuts Crashes

Watching an $80,000 Dodge Hellcat Redeye Wide Body get munched doing donuts is cringeworthy. Especially when it is brand new. But hey, that’s what we’re here for-cringeworthy car-crazy crashes! This YouTube video was just posted last week. Now you can see what it’s like to smack a new Hellcat Redeye into a wall SRT Bree is …
A white 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye drives on a racetrack

North Carolina Drivers Block I-77 With Dangerous Stunts

You usually expect crazy stories to begin with ‘Florida Man,’ but today we have a surprise from Charlotte, North Carolina instead. Toward the home of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, a group of racers used Dodge Chargers to turn I-77 into their personal racetrack. The cops were called after reports and donuts but found the …