Hellcat X Is One-Off Challenger Created For Charity Giveaway

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Have you been hearing rumblings of a pumped up Challenger SRT Hellcat created by Dodge? Well, we're here to tell you that the car exists, and it's called the Hellcat X. Our friends at Allpar, however, have discovered that it's not a special new model crafted by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU]. Instead we're dealing with a one-off custom Challenger SRT Hellcat that's been cooked up by the folks behind the Dream Giveaway team. These are the folks who enjoy auctioning off two cars at a time (one old, one new) and handing over buckets of cash for worthwhile charities.

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The latest auction sees a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T paired with the upgraded Challenger. This is no "ordinary" Hellcat, however, as the badging on the side reveals it to be the Hellcat X. What that means is that the engine isn't only powered by the supercharger it comes with from the factory. A Hellion Power Systems turbocharger kit has been added in, which puts a pair of turbos behind the engine. This pushes power from 707 horsepower up to 805 horsepower. There's a massive torque increase as well from the stock 650 up to 800 pound-feet for the Hellcat X.

The Hellcat X gets a few exterior touches to let folks know there's a bit more going on. The most noticeable is the new chin spoiler, which is reportedly an adjustable unit. The Hellcat X gets some additional badging, and aluminum accent treatments as well.

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Dream Giveaway is going to raffle off both cars as a package prize for charity. The more tickets you buy the better chance you have of winning the cars, which means you'd wind up with one hell of a garage pairing.

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