Posted on July 6, 2018
Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye For Sale in 2019 | Toronto
Are you ready for the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye, SRT fans in Mississauga, Brampton and Oakville? It’s ready for you in 2019, and we have lots of juicy details to share about this big buzz vehicle. Spawned by the limited-edition Demon that raised temperatures everywhere last year, the Hellcat Red Eye brings along many of the sweet details from its predecessor, plus some exciting twists.
What do the Demon and the Hellcat Redeye have in common?
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat Red Eye isn’t an exact copy of the Demon, but it will have: Launch Control, Launch Assist, Line Lock, and Torque Reserve, along with Power Chiller and After-Run Chiller to cool the hot demands of drag strip drives. You can also count on the same 41-spline half shafts (boosts torque capacity by 20 percent) and high-strength steel prop shafts (a 15 percent jack-up in torque capacity). Its 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque kick out from a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 engine straight to the rear wheels through an 8-speed automatic transmission.
What’s New For the Hellcat Redeye in 2019?
Take the standard edition Hellcat, then swap out the original 2.4-liter supercharger for the Demon's bossier 2.7-liter unit, and enjoy the legendary 14.5 psi of boost—versus the usual 11.6 psi of a regular Hellcat. The original standard Hellcat's 6,200 rpm redline is jacked to duplicate the Demon's 6,500 rpm redline. The Demon’s two dual-stage fuel pumps feed the thirsty Hellcat Redeye that premium 93 octane.
What does the Demon have that the Hellcat Redeye won’t?
The list is pretty short, but the 18-inch Demon wheels wrapped in 315/40 drag radials are not being ported over to the Hellcat Redeye, which has 20-inch wheels with 305/35 tires. The weight-shifting suspension mode? Also Demon-specific. The Hellcat Redeye has 15.4-inch brakes from Brembo in front, unlike the Demon’s smaller, lighter 14.2-inch front brakes for track duty. A rear seat comes standard, although it can be nixed as an option. The biggest difference between these two SRT dream machines? Unlike the Demon, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye won’t be a limited production vehicle. Which means wider access to a ramped-up Hellcat that we’re sure will be turning heads in 2019.
How much is the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Red Eye?
Nothing confirmed yet, however, we are expecting that the Challenger Hellcat Red Eye price will start at $95,000 CAD which is about $20,000 CAD less than the Demon.