Dodge Has the Viper GTS, Challenger Hellcat and Charger Hellcat On Top for the Food Chain

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Dodge's Challenger Hellcat and Charger Hellcat have been around for some time now, enough for aficionados to wipe their drooling mouths and buy one or at least try to.
We're sure some still daydream about the two Hellcats, and Dodge does nothing to make their lives easier.

So, after the association with Danny Trejo from 'Machete' and his salesmanship skills, the brand released two short ads that "capture the visceral feeling of Dodge’s powerful performance cars".

As you watch the videos below, you'll surely recognize Phil Collins' hit "In the Air Tonight", although it's the cars you should focus on.

Together with the Dodge Viper GTS, the Challenger Hellcat and the Charger Hellcat were selected to star in two clips published under the 'Predators' name.

“We don’t build Hellcats or Vipers for high volume, we build them as brand positioning statements,” said Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO, Dodge and SRT brands. "These vehicles may be a small percentage of our overall sales, but they send a very strong message about the brand personality and attitude.”

In the 30-second add, the narrator starts by saying humans don't have to fear predators like the sabre-tooth tiger anymore, so they had to create them. Of course, we liked more watching the extended cut version since we get to see more metal and the storyline is enough to give you goosebumps.

Dodge tells us the sports were shot in Miami over the course of three nights, using drones and a helicopter. By the way, you'll get to see an alligator morphing into the front of the Challenger SRT Hellcat and a lot of smoking tires, so head down below for instant eye candy.

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