Those of you willing to zoom in on the system should check out the images below, which offer you a good taste of what the aftermarket developer has to offer.
We're dealing with a 2.75-inch cat-back system, which is being offered in two soundtrack versions, namely "Sport" and "Extreme".
Nevertheless, the main reason we're here is to bring you the video below, as the footage allows us to experience the full dB grunt of the Hellcat - notice the aptly-chosen license plate of the muscle car.
And while the clip allows us to sample the Extreme incarnation of the system, the developer did mention that "Cat-Back sound levels are louder on the Hellcat than on the SRT and Scat Pack,"
This... sounds fully legit - after all, the exhaust is engaged in the battle mentioned above, so it needs all the ferocity it can have. Speaking of which, the tuner assures us its exhaust systems are drone-free, so while the soundtrack is vicious under heavy acceleration, you won't get a headache while cruising on the highway.
Given the awesome daily driver abilities of the Hellcat, we're glad to hear that. After all, the whole idea behind Dodge's blown muscle car is to offer a balanced experience, the kind that mixed cross-country road trips with visits to your local drag strip.