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The Dodge Hellcat has become such a success that the company itself is becoming better known for its incredible sports cars than any other vehicle. A company once reliant on the sales of their RAM trucks now sees the demand for their Challenger Cars and all of their unique Challenger offshoots like the Hellcat, surging to the top of the list of must-have vehicles.

Dodge is introducing a new member to the Challenger family for 2019, and it is simply awesome.

The new Challenger SPT Hellcat Red Eye will go into production this fall in Ontario and will be available at the end of the year. The Red Eye can only be described as a Hellcat that found itself possessed by a demon.

The new Hellcat Red Eye will have everything that consumers loved about the Hellcat car with the benefits of a Demon engine. The Demon was introduced last year as a specialty version of the Challenger because of its incredible horse power. It was a limited production run of 3,300 vehicles, and they sold out fast.

The Red Eye will not have the exact same Demon engine. It will, however, have one that is very close. Dodge wishes to keep the Demon edition of the Challenger unique, so the Red Eye has its own features and distinctions.

The Red Eye’s Demon engine will be capable of 797 horsepower and 707 lb-ft of torque. The engine is a Hemi V-8 supercharged 6.1 liter monster and is the strongest and fastest engine in production now that the Demon has stopped production. The engine works with an 8-speed automatic transmission.

The car has already tested on the track at an incredible speed. The Red Eye hit 0-60 in 3.4 seconds and finished the quarter mile in 10.8 seconds, with a top speed of 203 miles per hour at one point. This is the second fastest car Dodge has put out, with the Challenger Demon the fastest with a 0-60 in 2.3 seconds. While you can’t drive it like a race car on a test drive, you can see how great a current 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge.

The car will feature the wide body like most Challengers and will use wider wheels so that there is more traction for the vehicle. The Red Eye will have line lock and the snorkel hood for better performance.

Dodge reps stated that the Red Eye will not be a limited run or specialty production like the Demon or some of their other vehicles. They believe that the Red Eye is meant to be on the road and driven, not just locked away in a show room or garage. Sadly, the Demon is not easily found out on the roadways. Most buyers have them on display and a few are using them on the track, but these street legal cars are not being driven for pleasure. Dodge hopes that the new Challenger Hellcat Red Eye will be driven for pleasure.

The car company stated that in the future they may even put the Demon engine into one of their specialty trucks. They engineers are currently working on this and a release date of 2022 is anticipated.


The 2019 Ram 1500 is a true 21st Century pickup truck. And it has all the innovative technology to prove it. Its excellent ride, luxurious, quiet interior, gigantic 12-inch touchscreen and oodles of of useful technology make this powerful, stylish, versatile, full-size truck hard to top. In the past 8 years, Ram sales have increased by 150%. That’s more than double its domestic rivals. It’s both stylish, civilized transportation and a capable work truck. And it has all the features and options people need to enjoy their full-size truck.

Hop inside the all-new 2019 Ram 1500 and the brush aluminum trim, real wood accents and 19-speaker Harman Kardon premium sound system in the Limited or Laramie Longhorn trims are sure to impress. Its UConnect interface lets occupants access every conceivable feature and option including navigation, Android Auto and Apple Carplay. The 12-inch touchscreen, surrounded by the controls for climate control and other system buttons, can divide in half with the top and bottom being used for different functions. The spacious cabin has lots of legroom and countless storage options including ‘RamBins’ underfloor storage hidden behind the comfortable, supportive cloth, vinyl or leather covered seats.

The Ram 1500 is a pickup everyone can love. Its ‘big rig’ look with the tall hood, crosshair grille and low-mounted headlights has been replaced by a more modern, sleek fascia with a hexagonal motif. The new 2019 Ram 1500 trims offer a wide array of grille and headlight options and six different fascias from which to choose. It has chrome bars, adaptive LED lamps, raised bed rails flush with its beltline that create a profile that’s more horizontal and composed and its active air dam hidden behind the front bumper automatically extends to lower drag and improve fuel efficiency. To see how a 2019 Ram 1500 feels, check one out at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge.

Powered by a 5.7-liter, 395 horsepower Hemi V-8 engine that delivers 410 pound-feet of torque at launch, eventually the 1500 will be available with a V-6, 3.6-liter engine connected to Ram’s new eTorque system. They work in tandem with the same smooth, unobtrusively shifting TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission. Initially, the 2019 Ram 1500 will come in the full size Crew Cab and the smaller Quad Cab configurations with 6-foot-4-inch long beds and 5-foot-7-inch short beds. The 2019 Ram 1500 has a payload capacity of 2,300 pounds, a tow rating of 12,750 pounds and the pickup’s body-on-frame construction let’s it drive like a car.

The 2019 Ram 1500 has great driving dynamics aided by standard progressive rear springs as well as an optional air suspension. Plus, it has a wide array of the latest safety features and uses unique advanced technological mechanisms like cylinder deactivation, ZF-sourced eight-speed high-count gearbox for easy passing on the highway and an innovative system that uses air suspension and a camera to connect the truck to a trailer. This is a pickup truck that’s impressive whether the bed is full and the backseat is empty or vice versa. The 2019 Ram 1500 is the first iteration of the truck of the future.