The 300 SRT was first released in 2005 as an answer to luxury performance competitors such as the Cadillac STS-V and CTS-V. The chassis largely resembled the Dodge Charger, and with its leather interior, sleek body, and 425 horsepower, it offered a powerful, upscale option at a more reasonable price tag than others.
No appreciation, all depreciation
Since its 2015 debut, fans have dreamt of a Hellcat-equipped 300. Stellantis brands have teased offbeat Hellcat combos a handful of times in the Ram TRX and Jeep Trackhawk, but have shown little interest in a 300 Hellcat.
Does the company simply still see the pairing as redundant? Are they simply putting all hands on deck to figure out a way to electrify the Hellcat, regardless of in which good it sits?
We know one thing: it's not for a lack of possibility.
Within the interior the Hellcat gauge cluster glints back at the driver with an untamed glower, true to its name.
Sadly, even this incredible project didn't capture the attention of Chrysler or Dodge. It doesn't seem as though any auto blogger out there sees a Hellcat 300 in the cards, but who knows?
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