The 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is the Fastest & Most Insane Family Hauler Ever

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The #DodgeDurangoSRTHellcat is the latest crazy SUV from @Dodge and the most powerful production 7-seater SUV in the world. With the same 6.2L supercharged #Hellcat V8 making 710 HP and 645 lb-ft of torque with AWD. The #DurangoSRTHellcat will sprint to 60 in less than 3.5 seconds and cover the quarter mile in 10.5 seconds. The #DurangoHellcat is also slightly less expensive than its corporate twin, the Jeep Trackhawk but if you want the most powerful production SUV in the world, you better pick them up now because #Dodge will only offer it for the 2021 model year.


  1. Go Dodge! I think they have a "hellcat everything" attitude because they know a time is coming when that will not be possible. I love how Dodge is pushing against trends. Who else would put 700+ hp in a SUV? Nobody is doing hp the same, not ford, not chevy.

  2. “If you guys have always dreamed of having a three-row family crossover with over 700 horsepower…….”
    Gotta be honest… didn’t know that was somebody’s dream. Lol
    Normally when I have my family in the car I’m not looking to do 0-60 in 3.5 seconds.
    And even when it’s just me in the car I like to get up to 60 in a decent time for the sake of those behind me – but not looking to draw unwanted attention. Lol

  3. Title, description, thumbnail, 1:40, 5:20, 16:02, 17:38, 19:12, 19:45, 23:30 x2,
    Hey y’all I’m late to this party quite frankly but I just watched Doug Demuro's review of this car from around the same time. I wonder if these car review folk compare notes or something. They both found this car to be “crazy” “insane” etcetera adjectives.

  4. Eh you’re right about the “split personality” 16:02. It doesn’t know what is it. To quote Alec Guinness from that Bridge movie, it’s a “queer bird” quite frankly 😉🌈.
    Update: epiphany. It just plays it safe until it can be its true self?

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