We know that Dodge is crazy about power. Today, the automaker is crazy about video, because the clips dropped for all new Hellcat powered vehicles that Dodge recently unveiled. This particular smoke emission introduces the Charger Redeye 2021, also known as the most powerful production sedan in the world.
As the clip progresses, Dodge wants to share other more or better attributes related to the new Redeye. The automaker says it has the best power-to-weight ratio of any production sedan, the best V8 power in its class, the best torque in its class, and it’s also the fastest charger already with a quarter mile time of 10.6 seconds. We suspect it doesn’t come with standard all-season tires but a set of radial tires, otherwise the Charger Redeye could also claim the title of best sedan that kills all-time tires. In fact, he probably wins this title with all rear tire.
One thing mentioned in Redeye’s first release but left out in the video was Dodge’s claim that the Redeye was the fastest mass-produced sedan in the world. This spacious four-door is capable of reaching 203 mph, which is straight supercar territory. The BMW Alpina B7 is just a little faster, but it is also not produced in almost as much as the Charger Redeye. Or at least the figures that will be produced from next year.
We think the vast majority of Redeye buyers will be interested in the car’s brutal performance in a straight line, but this video and Dodge’s press release on Redeye suggest something else. While the recent Challenger Super Stock video presented the car in a drag racing format, this video is full of turns. In addition, Dodge says the Charger Redeye is 1.2 seconds faster than the Charger Hellcat on a 2.1 mile road course. The suspension settings remain the same between the two chargers, however, the difference is entirely due to the power.
Deliveries to Redeye customers are expected to begin next spring. Pricing has not been announced, but we estimate a starting figure of approximately $ 80,000.