AutoComplete: Dodge gives us a new breed of Hellcat called the Redeye
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It's time for those who worship the altar of horsepower to get really excited because there's a new breed of Hellcat and it's called the Redeye.
It promises to be devilish quick with its slightly detuned demon engine making 797 horsepower.
Dodge has also seen fit to sprinkle Hellcat magic on the other cars in the line-up including the RT scape pack, which is available with a wide body cap based on the one from the 2018 Hellcat.
Price hasn't been announce but we expect it to be relatively affordable.
That way we were looking to expand its self driving car operations to Europe is no great surprise.
But the fact that it isn't quite sure where is it going to get the large quantity of cars it needs or to do so kind of is.
Waymo already has large scale partnership with Fiat, Chrysler, and Jaguar in the US but it's anticipating teaming up with a different manufacturer over seas according to CEO John Krafcik.
McLaren is on a new model rampage having just giving the press it's first real taste of the new Senna.
And already the folks from Woking are dropping the new 600LT on us poor fools.
The 600LT is a longer, lighter, and more savage creature than the 570S on which it's based.
The Long Tail gets 30 more horse power and weighs over 200 pounds less than the 570S.
Production of this special edition will be extremely limited.
So, if you want one, and have the means, you better get moving.
Find more of these stories over the roadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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