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Year after year, Dodge continues to invigorate its muscle car lineup with bigger, better, and faster performance-topping models, and 2019 is far from the exception to the rule. The new year brings all new Demon-borrowed power since the Demon itself has been discontinued. The new crowning champion of horsepower and strength is the 2019 Challenger Hellcat Redeye, the most powerful production muscle car on the market. Other advancements are sprinkled in throughout the 2019 Challenger trims, this year simplified down to six major levels: the SXT, GT, R/T, R/T 392, SRT Hellcat, and the all-new Hellcat Redeye. The new engineering broadens the scope of every trim's performance, giving everyone access to Challenger fame and power at a variety of price brackets.

Engine Performance

  • Largest factory produced supercharger ever
  • Most powerful factory produced 797hp V8 engine
  • Fastest GT production car with 1/4-mile 10.8 second time

Safety Features

  • Offering more than 70 standard and available safety features
  • Available automatic high-beams, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning
  • All SRT Hellcat or Hellcat Redeye purchase comes with full-day High Performance Drive Schooling

Vehicle Design

  • A rainbow of 14 color selections with optional racing stripes
  • New dual-snorkel hood evocative of '70 Stinger and '71 Demon
  • New available R/T Scat Pack Widebody advanced performance build

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What are the powertrains of the 2019 Challenger?

A number of engines power the various trim selections of the Challenger, providing elevated performance model-by-model until the ludicrous Redeye's maximized horsepower and torque. But first, we start in more reasonable territory: the SXT and GT are both powered by the reliable 3.6L V6 Pentastar, providing 268 lb-ft torque and 305hp to its drivers. While previous years had the SXT rear-wheel-drive-exclusive and the GT all-wheel-drive-exclusive, 2019 provides both drivetrains to each of these trims! These two are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The R/T is the least expensive way to get your hands on a legendary V8, this one being a 5.7L HEMI paired to either a six-speed manual or the aforementioned eight-speed. The manual gives a pinch more performance, with three more horsepower for 375 total and ten more lb-ft for 410 in torque. If you're looking for performance specialization, the R/T 392 introduces Launch Control, Line Lock, Brembo performance brakes, sport-tuned suspension, and configurable drive modes to enhance its bigger 6.4L V8. This system generates 485hp and 475 lb-ft torque. Other packages are supplied to this model to further its performance specialization, such as the Plus, T/A, Scat Pack, Scat Pack Widebody, and Shaker variants. Bridging into the extreme, the SRT Hellcat was last year's fastest Challenger on the market and still supplies its great combination of systems. A dual-snorkel hood is specifically designed to cool down the supercharged 6.2L V8 HEMI, maximizing its performance to 650 lb-ft torque and 717hp! But the new jewel is the Redeye (complete with glimmering ruby gem in the Hellcat insignia)...

How does the all new Hellcat Redeye perform?

Borrowed from the Demon, the largest factory made supercharger and 25 major component upgrades are added to the Hellcat's supercharged HEMI to output 797hp and 707 lb-ft torque, really gluing you to your seat with throttles of zero-to-sixty in just 3.4 seconds, running a quarter-mile in 10.8 seconds. This system receives a TorqueFlite 8HP90 eight-speed automatic transmission upgraded with a torque converter, delivering 18 percent greater torque manipulation when compared with the Hellcat. Some of the added Demon features include Line Lock, Launch Assist, Torque Reserve, and Launch Control, all optimizing the drag potential of the Redeye. Line Lock engages the front brakes in order to provide a clean rear-tire burnout. Launch Assist was a factory-produced first within the Demon, and it aids in negating wheel hop slips to dedicate one-hundred percent of torque into forward momentum. Meanwhile, Torque Reserve and Launch Control manage torque numbers to maximize wheel acceleration throughout a drag, providing constant lb-ft for enhanced forward momentum. Other systems include Adaptive Damping Suspension and SRT Drive Modes, tailoring the ride experience by fine-tuning the Redeye powertrain, transmission, suspension, and drivetrain to best suit either an Auto Mode, Sport Mode, or Track Mode.

What's new in the Challenger's style and design?

The designs and palette colors of the Challenger allows for extreme personalization, including now fourteen exterior paint choices with added optional racing stripes to customize your muscle car to the fullest. All Challengers also feature standard cloth seats with various available high quality leather upholstery options. This year, a Houndstooth cloth and Nappa Caramel leather color are added into the existing options carried over from 2018. A further variety of style options and packages are available to really make your Challenger one of a kind. This includes the aforementioned Plus, T/A, Scat Pack, Scat Pack Widebody, and Shaker Packages, all equipped with unique interior and exterior style elements and detailing colors. For those that want a true racing look, Dodge offers a Rear Seat Delete Group to remove the second row and lighten your vehicle for better performance, replacing the additional seating with a rear cargo net. Each high performance Challenger also offers unique badging to advertise which trim you possess, such as the Angry Bee logo for all Scat Pack vehicles, the roaring cougar for the Hellcat, and the red jeweled cougar found on the new Redeye.

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Final Thoughts on the 2019 Dodge Challenger

Grassroots drag racers, speed enthusiasts, and muscle car fanatics all will be happy with these great advancements to the 2019 Challenger. Dodge has made their base models more accessible with the inclusion of AWD SXT and RWD GT, enhanced the style and performance of the midtier R/T, R/T 392, and SRT Hellcat, and raised the bar with the all new Redeye. Anyone looking to get a specialized performance muscle car will be very happy taking a look at one of the 2019 Challengers.

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