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The New Dodge Challenger

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In order for the following news to take full effect, we suggest you wave some stars and stripes, set fire to some rubber and inhale deeply.

The latest model of the most muscular of muscle cars - the Dodge Challenger SRT - has just been unveiled by Chrysler and she's quite the doozy.

Underneath the grand expanse of air-scooped bonnet purrs the most powerful engine Chrysler has ever built: a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 'Hellcat', that kicks out over 600 horsepower. While the performance stats and price are yet to be announced, we wouldn't be surprised if both sets of numbers will reduce most petrol-heads to tears.

Brash, unsubtle and wildly impractical, we're pretty sure we're in love.

(Images: Chrysler)

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