A legendary muscle automobile is the Dodge Challenger. Despite its popularity, there are still a few facts that the majority of people don't know about it.

The Challenger Is Movie Icon Due to its power and performance, many stars, TV show producers, and movie producers appreciate the Challenger

Badge-engineered second-generation Challenger The second-generation Challenger was a Mitsubishi Galant Lambda rebadged as a Colt Challenger.

In 2006, Challenger returned. After 20-Years The Challenger returned in 2006 after 20 years. Chrysler advertised the new Challenger at most major vehicle exhibitions.

In 2008, two years following the Challenger's reintroduction, Dodge produced the SRT8. This threat helped the Challenger become the top muscle vehicle.

SRT Hellcat was 2015's best muscle car, replacing SRT8. The Hellcat has a 6.4-liter Apache V8 engine with 485 hp and 475 ft-lb of torque paired to an 8-speed ZF 8HP automated transmission.

Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye fastest muscle car Dodge released the SRT Hellcat Redeye in 2019, a demon-possessed Challenger. The automobile had a 797-horsepower supercharged Hemi.

Every Wallet Has a Challenger This car's first editions can cost six figures. People still pay for unusual pieces of vehicle history.

The Hellcat Engine Almost Didn't Exist The Hellcat boasts Dodge's most powerful engine. Chrysler's first supercharged HEMI.

The First Hellcat Became A Donation A startling $1.65 million was paid for the first Hellcat production model, and it was donated to charity.

First dealer Hellcat lasted 60 minutes. Unfortunate. First manufacturing Challenger Hellcat totaled. The 34-year-old driver lost control and hit a tree. The dealership was one hour away.