Dodge Is Really Giving Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Muscle Cars Away

You could win a brand new SRT Hellcat by answering a multiple-choice question.

So Dodge is messing around and just giving SRT Hellcat units away, as long as you could get the answer to a select question right.

When the manufacturers launched the Hellcat twins back in 2015, they caused quite the stir on the market given the raw Mopar power under the hood and the looks that matched. The supercharged 6.2-liter V8 commanded lots of respect - a 707 horsepower output plus 650 pound-feet of torque will do that for an engine.

Of course, the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 has over 700 horses too, yet the 797-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye remains King. Such cars aren't meant to be had for free, but Dodge is doing car enthusiasts a proper solid nowadays and are actually letting them drive off with one at no cost just for getting some trivia correct.

The Dodge Horsepower Challenge is ongoing at the moment, having started on November 5. The challenge will run for five weeks, which means that Dodge will have handed five Hellcats away to five lucky drivers by the time it is over.

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The company has been releasing a multiple choice question on its website every Tuesday while clues are being posted via all of their social media accounts hidden in various bits of imagery.

A Dodge fan who's answered the weekly question correctly will be chosen as the winner of a TorRed Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye.

A very familiar face announced the first question on the carmaker's website and will return every week to pose a new one to fans. Former WWE Universal Champion and member of the Brotherhood of Muscle, Bill Goldberg, is the one doing said honors and, judging from the clips below, the questions aren't going to be easy.

If ever there was an opportunity to cop a respectable muscle car - new at that - without spending a penny, this has to be it.

This isn't the first opportunity, though. A 1,100hp Petty's Garage Challenger was on offer earlier in the year but we don't imagine any one of the five winners will be feeling very jealous.

Source: Dodge

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