Should you or should you not put your awesome Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in a drag race against the vest electric awesomeness called the Tesla Model S P100D? This is that race. If the Hellcat were stock, nothing would have happened. Tesla Model S P100D would only surge to speed and then stay there crossing the quarter of a mile checkpoint first. Remarkable Elon Musk car is definitely a work of electronic art putting the power down to all four wheels.
On the other hand, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is much more conservative and conventional. Yes, it has massive a 6.2-liter engine supercharged to 707 hp, but it is rather heavy and power only goes to the back. This is why it cannot actually stack up against less powerful sports cars or supercars. Don’t get mad though. For the money, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is probably the most insanity one can have in a car.
The one seen here is not stock at all. The first important thing about it are its Pro Radial Drag tires. This gives it a whole lot of grip when launching. Much more power actually gets down to the ground and ferociously accelerates the car to a speed. Other improvements are equally important. First of all, the owner did an ECU remap and a pulley upgrade. This alone helped the engine to breathe better and to produce a bigger bang. If our guess is good then we are looking here at 900hp Dodge Challenger Hellcat having a blast with the Tesla Model S P100D.
Obviously, no one remapped anything on the Tesla Model S P100D. This is after all the latest 2017 Tesla Model S P100D, which, according to Tesla and many others does 0-60 mph in 2,5 seconds. Now, that is incredible.Tags: dodge, Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, drag, drag race, Hellcat, Model S, Racing, tesla, Tesla Model S