Dodge introduced the all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet, delivering the quickest, fastest, most powerful compact utility vehicle (CUV) under $30,000. The 2023 Dodge Hornet disrupts the fast-growing CUV segment, building buzz with a distinctive Dodge combination of muscular styling wrapped around best-in-class standard performance from a multi-energy powertrain roster and a swarm of class-exclusive performance features.
The all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet was revealed at M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan, with three vehicles showcasing the Dodge brand's new entry in the CUV segment: the "Head of the Hive" Dodge Hornet R/T; the Dodge Hornet GT, the industry's quickest, most powerful utility vehicle under $30,000; and the Dodge Hornet GT GLH Concept, which showcases available Direct Connection performance parts upgrades for the newest entry in the four-car Dodge vehicle lineup.
"The Dodge brand's electrified transformation has left the starting line, with the all-new Dodge Hornet R/T representing the first electrified performance vehicle from Dodge," said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand chief executive officer - Stellantis. "The Dodge Hornet is poised to jolt the mainstream compact utility vehicle segment with looks, feel and performance that are unmistakably Dodge. Hornet shakes up the status quo with aggressive Dodge styling, the most power in the segment from our multi-energy lineup, the best driving dynamics, a full lineup of segment-exclusive performance features, the best standard technology, as well available Direct Connection factory-backed performance upgrades. And this is just the start of the Dodge brand's electrification journey."
The Dodge Hornet earns its spot in the brand's vehicle lineup with distinctive Dodge DNA, including hood and front fascia design elements that bring to life the Dodge attitude. The hood features integrated heat extractors for a performance-focused appearance while the front also incorporates a "mail slot"-style grille opening sculpted into the fascia. The "mail slot" also reinforces the horizontal brow of the upper grille and lamp graphics - creating a serious, all-business demeanor. Flanked by two smaller inserts, these design elements telegraph a mission of performance and functionality while also delivering a muscular front-end appearance that follows the look of the Dodge vehicle lineup.
Integrating into the muscular lines of the bodyside are the matte black molded-in color lower cladding and valances. The Hornet R/T receives unique new Abyss painted lower cladding and rear valance with integrated dual exhaust ports. Headlamp signature lighting offers an unmistakable, focused down-the-road read for Hornet, with LED reflectors and an illuminated daytime running light (DRL) signature.
At the rear, the Hornet's Dodge identity shines through. The taillamp extends the width of the vehicle and features a lighted red signature, as well as an illuminated Dodge Rhombi logo in the center - featured for the first time on a Dodge vehicle - identifying from a distance that it's a Dodge. The illuminated taillamp and Rhombi logo, while standard on the Hornet, also serves as a subtle nod to the electrified performance of the Hornet R/T PHEV model.
A unique new exterior Hornet badge on the fender celebrates the revival of the Hornet - a name first used on the famed Hudson Hornet in the 1950s and again in 2006 as a popular Dodge concept vehicle - and joins current iconic Dodge badging lineup, such as Scat Pack, Hellcat and Hellcat Redeye. The rear R/T badge features a unique easter egg in relief that teases the model's electrified nature. An additional exterior feature is an available external panel sunroof that gives the Hornet a fun, open-air feel.
The Hornet R/T rolls on standard 18-inch Graphite Grey alloy wheels (the GT features standard 17-inch Silver alloy wheels). A Blacktop package, available for both R/T and GT, brings to life an automotive version of a "murder Hornet" achieving a blacked-out look through:
- 18-inch Abyss alloy wheels
- Gloss Black badging and mirror caps
- Gloss Black painted day light opening (DLO) molding
A Track Pack package, offering the most performance-oriented configuration, is available for both R/T and GT and upgrades to 20-inch Abyss wheels, with additional performance and interior features. The Hornet also features seven exterior hues that mirror the Hornet's personality, featuring fun and unique color names including:
- Acapulco Gold
- Blu Bayou
- Blue Steele
- Gray Cray
- Hot Tamale
- Q Ball
- 8 Ball
Inside, the performance interior follows the driver-focused design that is a calling card of the Dodge brand vehicle lineup. Center stack controls, display screens and more are subtly "tipped" toward the driver, putting the individual in the cockpit at the center of the action. The instrument panel utilizes a wrapped and stitched mid-bolster that extends through the instrument panel and achieves a cross-car read, creating a lighter feeling while adding visual width. Red stitching accents, standard on Hornet, flow throughout the black interior, including on the mid-bolster, seats and armrest. Accents on the vents and center switches provide a slim, technical detail that enhances the performance appearance of the interior.
Ignition control is positioned prominently on the accent painted finish console. Additional performance controls are placed at the fingertips with a button on the performance-oriented flat-bottom steering wheel that enables drivers to choose between Sport and Standard drive modes for the GT and hybrid driving modes for the R/T, keeping the driver connected to the car.
Premium interior touches include class-exclusive Alcantara seats, with an embroidered Dodge Rhombi logo, included on the Track Pack option. The racing-oriented Alcantara seats feature unique "red crust" accents that visually burst out and gradually fade, highlighting the unique Alcantara seat perforation. Leather seating is standard for the GT Plus and R/T Plus, and Dodge made certain to offer optional red leather seats for those seeking more Dodge attitude on the inside.
Powertrain: Multi-energy lineup offers most power in the segment
The Dodge brand is holding nothing back as it enters the CUV segment: the all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet delivers best-in-class standard performance in both of its powertrain options, as well as a unique new PowerShot horsepower boost feature on the Dodge Hornet R/T, the brand's first electrified performance vehicle.
The Dodge Hornet R/T PHEV achieves a segment-leading 285-plus horsepower and 383 lb.-ft. of torque. The R/T features a 1.3-liter turbocharged all-aluminum engine, part of the Stellantis Global Small Engine (GSE) family, which includes exclusive third-generation MultiAir technology that improves combustion efficiency by adjusting valve lift and timing.
The Hornet R/T offers more than 30 miles of all-electric range. An electric induction motor powers the rear axle; the 90-kW electric motor can deliver 1,844 lb.-ft. (2,500 Nm) of torque from 0 rpm. Power is further optimized by a 15.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, fitted with a refrigerant gas cooling circuit to keep the battery at its optimum temperature. A starter generator delivers torque to the engine belt, aiding in dynamic response and recharging of the battery. A high-power inverter and 7.4-kW charging module allow for a full battery charge to be reached in approximately 2.5 hours using a Level 2 charger. The R/T PHEV system is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
A Sport Mode for the Hornet R/T PHEV is performance focused and accessible by a dedicated button on the center console, unlocking a sharper throttle, optimized shift schedule, access to the hybrid system's optimized power and torque, and a tighter steering wheel feel.
The Hornet R/T PHEV holds extra "sting" in reserve, ready to be unleashed through a class-exclusive PowerShot feature that provides a boost of 25 horsepower and delivers instant torque. Available only for the R/T, the PowerShot feature:
- Shaves one second off normal 0 to 60 mph times by boosting horsepower and acceleration using bursts of extra power deployed by the battery and electric motor
- Provides 15 seconds of extra horsepower, and can be repeated after a 15-second cool down period
- Activates by pulling both steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters and performing a pedal kickdown
- System checks battery charge and temperature levels before performing PowerShot function
- When activated, a PowerShot symbol in the instrument cluster provides real-time feedback to the driver
Drivers also have the ability to select from among three hybrid driving modes to customize the Hornet R/T PHEV to best fit their driving needs. Operated by a dedicated button conveniently located on the steering wheel, available driving modes include:
- Hybrid Mode: Provides maximum combined efficiency of the conventional engine and e-Motor, minimizing fuel consumption by setting electric priority until a minimum battery level is met
- Electric Mode: Offers an all-electric, zero emission mode, and automatically switches to hybrid when the battery is depleted or when extra power is requested by driver pedal kickdown
- E-Save Mode: Gives priority to the conventional engine to preserve battery charge, with a Passive option to maintain the charge and an Active option to help recharge the battery
The Hornet R/T PHEV also works to replenish battery power with a regenerative braking feature that recovers kinetic energy and stores it in the battery for future deployment, as well as an e-Coasting function, activated during throttle release, that allows for shorter stopping distances and additional energy recovery.
The entry-level Dodge Hornet GT model is the industry's quickest, most powerful utility vehicle under $30,000. The GT is powered by the Hurricane4 engine, a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder with direct fuel injection and engine stop-start technology, providing iconic dynamic performance to the tune of 265-plus horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque, combined with low emissions. The engine is mated to a fully electronic nine-speed transmission.
The Hornet GT also features a Sport Mode, easily reachable by a dedicated button on the steering wheel, that unlocks a sharper throttle, optimized shift schedule, access to full power and torque and a tighter steering wheel feel, and a stiffer suspension setting if equipped with Dual Stage Valve shocks, helping the GT move from 0 to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds.
Both powertrains feature standard all-wheel drive. The Hornet R/T PHEV all-wheel drive system adjusts power automatically between the 1.3-liter engine that powers the front axle and the electric motor that drives the rear wheels, providing optimal traction and control to all four wheels.
Driving Dynamics: Dodge performance disrupts the segment
The all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet arrives ready to disrupt the status quo of the mainstream CUV segment with a swarm of class-exclusive and best-in-class performance features that optimize driving dynamics such as suspension, braking, steering and handling performance.
Dodge Hornet class-exclusive or best-in-class performance features include:
- Class-exclusive Koni® frequency selective damping shocks improve handling and ride comfort - standard on the R/T and GT models
- Class-exclusive Brembo four-piston front fixed calipers - the only front fixed calipers in the segment - offer ultimate braking power and are standard on the R/T and available on GT
- Class-exclusive brake-by-wire Intelligent Braking System technology offers consistent performance and pedal feel under multiple driving conditions and is standard on R/T
- Class-exclusive available dual-stage-valve suspension provides for driver-selectable suspension damping and can be customized while behind the wheel, available with the Track Pack option for R/T and GT
- Best-in-class front and rear fully independent suspension, standard on the Hornet R/T and Hornet GT, features an optimized front MacPherson geometry and unique rear 3-link Chapman suspension
- Best-in-class dynamic torque vectoring delivers torque with electronic precision, and when used with Sport Mode the system acts as an electronic limited slip differential - standard on R/T and GT
- Enhanced body stiffness offers greater rigidity and gives the driver confidence and control under cornering, and best-in-class weight distribution on the Hornet R/T PHEV provides optimal balance of masses on the AWD base to optimize torque delivery and handling - standard on R/T and GT
The extensive menu of performance features isn't simply a list of claims. Dodge Hornet performance features brought to the mainstream pay real-world dividends: the Hornet delivers best-in-class maximum lateral g-force numbers of 0.90 for the R/T model and 0.87 for the GT.
Direct Connection: The only factory-backed performance upgrades in the segment
The 2023 Dodge Hornet boasts the best-in-class standard performance in both of its powertrain options, but for many in the Dodge Brotherhood of Muscle, standard is just the starting point. The Dodge brand's Direct Connection parts portfolio will expand with performance products developed exclusively for the Dodge Hornet to give those power-hungry enthusiasts the keys to the only factory-backed performance upgrades in the segment.
The Dodge Hornet GT GLH Concept, displayed during the Hornet global reveal at the M1 Concourse, pays homage to the high-performance Dodge Omni GLH (Goes Like Hell) produced in the mid-1980s. The Hornet GT GLH boasts a better power-to-weight ratio than the original and provides a look at one potential performance path created with Direct Connection parts.
Direct Connection content featured on the Hornet GT GLH includes:
- Stage kit that offers stackable performance upgrades for the GT model
- Suspension lowering kit drops the Hornet more than an inch, creating a lower center of gravity and enhanced cornering dynamics
- Unrestricted dual exhaust with black chrome tips provide a throaty performance note
- Exclusive Direction Connection GLH 20-inch painted and machine-faced wheels
- Exclusive Direct Connection GLH graphics, including stripes and logos
- Black-painted lower trim with exhaust cutout rear fascia
Direct Connection parts are exclusively available through Dodge Power Brokers dealers, with the vehicle warranty maintained when covered parts are installed by a Power Brokers dealer. Dodge Power Brokers dealers are equipped with staff trained to deliver a performance-focused customer experience.
Direct Connection parts will also be available to upgrade the Dodge Hornet R/T PHEV. Additional details, including horsepower numbers, pricing and availability of Direct Connection parts for the Hornet, will be announced at a later date. More information on Direct Connection is available at DCPerformance.com.
User Experience/Technology: Distinctly Dodge
The Dodge Hornet delivers a technologically advanced user experience, maintaining the Dodge driver-centric user feel through a best-in-class standard 12.3-inch digital cockpit cluster screen and standard 10.25-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment system central display. Combined, the Hornet offers 22.5 inches of in-vehicle display screen space.
The 12.3-inch digital cockpit cluster displays three separate information zones, allowing the driver to select within each area to customize the crisp, clear display graphics. Options include an "Evolved" theme that crops gauge displays to maximize the center display area. Drivers can customize the screen to display performance Sport Mode gauges or select from one of three hybrid drive mode displays for the Hornet R/T PHEV.
The Uconnect 5 infotainment system, standard on Hornet, is Android-based, easy to use and intuitive. Favorite home screen layouts, music preferences, HVAC controls, seat positions and more can be customized and linked to individual profiles. The system can be connected to two phones simultaneously, and Wireless Android and Apple CarPlay allow easy, cord-free connectivity.
The Uconnect 5 system features content-rich features to keep occupants connected to their digital lifestyles, including Amazon Alexa in-vehicle interaction. Users can ask Alexa to perform functions such as close a garage door at home while inside the vehicle or use Alexa-enabled devices at home to start the car, lock/unlock doors and more.
Additional comfort, safety and technology features include a best-in-class Harman-Kardon® premium sound system, standard on the GT Plus and R/T Plus, equipped with 14 speakers powered by 465 watts of total system output. Wireless charging is also standard on the GT and R/T plus. A few of the many standard comfort and convenience features across all Hornet models include passive entry via the vehicle key fob, rain-sensing wipers, and a rear seat reminder system that registers rear entry/exit with each key cycle and uses a chime and message display to remind the driver to check rear seat. Optional comfort features for Hornet include a heated steering wheel, heated seats, handsfree power liftgate and many more.
The Hornet takes advantage of advanced technology to offer a slate of innovative safety features that are new for the Dodge brand. Standard Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and safety features for the Hornet include:
- Automatic Emergency Braking, which detects pedestrians or cyclists on the road and delivers a visual and acoustic warning, and can bring the vehicle to a full stop to mitigate collision
- Lane Support System gives a visual and haptic warning when straying from a vehicle lane while driving and performs automatic counter steering
- Blind Spot Detection with Rear Cross Path alerts drivers via a visual warning through a triangular icon on the side mirrors, chimes with a warning when the turn signal is active, and the system also detects approaching vehicles or objects when backing up
Hornet also offers three levels of parking assistance with acoustic and visual warnings displayed on the 10.25-inch main screen. Standard features include four rear parking sensors along with a high-definition back-up camera with guidelines, with additional available parking assistance on the Tech Pack.
Level 2 autonomous driving, with new ADAS features that take safety and comfort to the next level, are optional with the Tech Pack, and include:
- Intelligent Speed Assist w/Traffic Sign Recognition detects the speed limit and provides the driver a one-click option to adjust speeds
- Driver Attention Assist detects signs of fatigue and alerts weary drivers with a visual and acoustic warning on the cluster
- Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (IACC) maintains an appropriate speed and distance with functionality that supports stop and go traffic
- Lateral Control/Lane Support system combines Lane Control and Traffic Jam Assist to keep the vehicle centered on the lane
The all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet will be built at the Giambattista Vico Stellantis plant in Pomigliano d'Arco, Naples, Italy. The 2023 Dodge Hornet GT will open for orders August 17, 2022. The Dodge Hornet GT will begin arriving in dealer showrooms in late 2022, with the Dodge Hornet R/T scheduled to hit showrooms in spring 2023.
What does GLH mean on a Dodge Hornet? ›
Dodge is bringing back the GLH (Goes Like Hell) moniker for the 2023 Hornet crossover. The name was originally used on the Omni hot hatch from the 1980s. The GLH package includes a lowered suspension, an upgraded exhaust, and visual add-ons.How much horsepower does a Dodge Hornet GT GLH have? ›
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Hornet GT models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that makes 268 horsepower and comes paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Dodge says this powertrain is good enough to motivate the Hornet to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds.
The 2023 Dodge Hornet GT hits the streets with performance to spare. Capable of 268 horsepower, this streamlined build is responsive and powerful. Activate Sport Mode from the steering wheel button to reveal the incredible handling this stinger has.How much will the Dodge Hornet cost? ›
Dodge has revealed more information on the latter, with the base Hornet GT starting at $31,590 (pricing includes $1,595 destination fee). Performance for the GT and GT Plus trims comes from a 265-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that's mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission.Is the Dodge Hornet fast? ›
The 2023 Dodge Hornet R/T performance hybrid takes horsepower even further with a dose of electricity. This PHEV System boasts a top speed of 128 mph and reaches 60 mph in just 6.1 seconds.What does GLH for Unit mean? ›
Guided Learning Hours, often known as GLH. are important because they are linked to the credit that students receive for some qualifications. Organisations providing financial support may use Guided Learning Hours to decide on funding for a qualification.What's the strongest Dodge motor? ›
THE HEART OF THE BEAST
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Full pricing for the 2023 Dodge Hornet has not yet been announced, but the Dodge brand has estimated that the GT-trim of this new muscle model will have a starting price of around $30,000 MSRP.
What is the MSRP of a 2023 Dodge Hornet GT? ›
2023 Dodge Hornet GT – MSRP From $31,590
The $495 Cold Weather Group package adds heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a remote start. The available GT Blacktop Package adds dark badges, 18-inch wheels, black trim, and black mirror caps. It's priced at $1,995.
The 2023 Dodge Hornet GT will open for orders August 17, 2022. The Dodge Hornet GT will begin arriving in dealer showrooms in late 2022, with the Dodge Hornet R/T scheduled to hit showrooms in spring 2023.What is the 0 to 60 time for a 2023 Dodge Hornet? ›
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A year ago, we discussed an amazing 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona going to auction at the 2021 Mecum Indy event. That car was one of the most important pieces of Dodge motorsports history, as the first car ever to officially hit 200 mph on a closed racing circuit.What is the difference between GLH and TQT? ›
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The short answer is "yes".
How many units is a full schedule? ›
A student is considered full-time for a semester if he or she has registered for 12 or more units as an undergraduate, 8 or more units as a master's degree student or 6 or more units as a doctoral student.Is the Dodge Hellephant real? ›
The Hellephant crate engine was introduced in 2018 by MOPAR when the company showcased it through the 1968 Dodge Charger restomod. This model was later considered the ultimate combination of MOPAR's two unique creations in engine power —the Hellcat and the Elephant.Is Dodge killing the V8? ›
Dodge announces 'Last Call' for V8-powered Challenger and Charger muscle cars. Dodge's V8-powered muscle cars are nearing the end of the assembly line. The automaker has announced that production of the current Challenger and Charger will end in December 2023 before they are replaced by a new electric vehicle platform.What is the fastest HEMI? ›
1st Place: 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
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The Demon can go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds, while the Hellcat takes 3.6 seconds. Regarding top speed, the Demon is slightly faster, with a staggering top speed of 211 mph, while the Hellcat has a top speed of 202 mph.What Dodge car has 700 hp? ›
Overview. The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is where tires go to die. It's one of the last coupes with American-style V-8 thunder under its hood. The Challenger SRT Hellcat lineup's most reserved model spews 717 horsepower from its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine.What is Dodge most sold car? ›
The Challenger has just secured the top spot on the muscle and pony car sales chart for the second consecutive year, besting its hometown rivals in the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. Dodge sold 55,060 Challengers in 2022, which represents about a one percent increase over the 54,314 Challengers sold in 2021.What is the slowest V8 muscle car? ›
The eight-generation thunderbird was not only extremely slow, but it was also poorly designed. The standard engine for this car was a 4.2 liter V8 with just 115 hp, or an optional 5 liter V8 with 130 hp. To sum up, big engine, low power, and heavy.Is Mopar discontinuing the Hemi? ›
But after a 20-year run, Dodge is closing the doors the modern-HEMI era. The 2023 Dodge Challenger (LA) and Charger (LD) will be the last L-Series cars to offer HEMI power! Dodge CEO, Tim Kuniskis officially announced the news yesterday at the “Current Muscle” event part of Dodge Speed Weeks.What is the strongest Mopar engine? ›
In short, the 392 BGE block is the strongest engine block currently offered in a domestic production vehicle and can comfortably contain the pressure for up to 1,600 hp.
Is Dodge stopping Hellcats in 2023? ›
Time is short for this generation of the speedy Challenger and Charger, which ushered in the Hellcat era that offered more than 700-hp engines straight from the factory. They're slated to go out of production at the end of 2023.Does Dodge make a Super Bee? ›
2 of 7 Dodge Special-edition 'Last Call' Models. Dodge is continuing its rollout of the brand's “Last Call” lineup, announcing the 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee, the second of seven special-edition “Last Call” models and one that honors a vehicle that has brought “buzz” to the Dodge brand for decades.How much are Dodge Super Bees? ›
2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee Price: TBA, but we expect to see it around $86,000.Will Dodge Hornet be AWD? ›
Starting at just under $30,000 in the U.S., the Hornet isn't the cheapest C-UV on the market. Instead, the Hornet comes standard with a turbocharged Hurricane4 engine, all-wheel drive (AWD), and offers a Dodge attitude in one of the most popular segments in the automotive landscape today.Which is the fastest car in the world 2023? ›
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Starting at $81,040. Highs Mega-power supercharged V-8, spacious four-door cabin, handles better than you'd expect. Lows Plasticky interior materials, more horsepower than its tires can handle, imperceptible steering feel.Is 2023 a better time to buy a car? ›
Americans planning to shop for a new car in 2023 might find slightly better prices than during the past two years, though auto industry analysts say it is likely better to wait until the fall. Since mid-2021, car buyers have been frustrated by rising prices, skimpy selection and long waits for deliveries.How many miles per gallon does a Dodge Hornet get? ›
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Hornet GT's turbocharged 2.0-liter, 9-speed automatic, and AWD is able to achieve a rating of 21 MPG City / 29 MPG Hwy / 24 MPG combined.Where will the 2023 Dodge Hornet be built? ›
The production of the 2023 Hornet GT will be in Naples, Italy. Dodge looking to the Italians for some style is not a bad idea if you ask most people.What is the fastest 0-60 car ever? ›
The 1,888bhp Rimac Nevera represents the pinnacle of current hypercar technology, and with a 0-60mph time of 1.85 seconds, it produces the numbers to show for it.
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The Koenigsegg Gemera is the world's quickest production car that hits the 0-60 mph mark within 1.9 seconds. It's the very first four-seater by Koenigsegg and the world's first Mega-GT that weighs 4,079 pounds.What car goes 0 to 60 in under 2 seconds? ›
In the other will be the challenger, the Lucid Air Sapphire. It boasts over 1,200 horsepower, more than 400 miles of range, and claims a 0-60 time of under 2 seconds. It costs $249,000, and Lucid says production will start in “the first half of 2023.”Is Dodge making a 1000 hp car? ›
Thanks to engine mods including an upgraded supercharger, the HPE1000 Hellcat puts out an astounding 1000 hp and 948 lb-ft of torque. This all gets sent to the rear wheels by a six-speed manual transmission. The headers and upgraded supercharger also enable the engine the sound even more visceral than the stock unit.How much is the 2023 Hellcat Redeye jailbreak? ›
$31,625 Starting Price
Its standard all-wheel-drive system teams with a punchy turbocharged engine to deliver blazing acceleration and crisp cornering.
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Dodge produced 3,129 Omni-based GLH four-door sedans in 1986, 2,247 of which had the GLH Turbo option package.What does Mopar SRT stand for? ›
Standing for “Street and Racing Technology,” the division produced performance-optimized technology for Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. Today, the SRT name is consolidated under Dodge, expanding its lineup of performance-oriented vehicles.What Dodge badges mean? ›
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Share: When you see that little bee logo on a Dodge you can easily recognize it's meaning: the trim package for the car is a Scat Pack.