Three Drifting Hellcats Are Better than One, Starring a Pontiac Aztek

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2121 is a magical figure. Not because I say so, but thanks to the fact that three Hellcats are better than one. Everybody knows that, but this doesn’t mean we don’t like the tire-melting proof brought by the video below, which sees a triumvirate of such 707 hp Challengers fooling around.
At first, you might be tempted to say the action relies solely on gas and the blood, sweat and tears of those rear tires. And you wouldn’t be all that far from the truth. A Challenger Hellcat is the kind of car that will make you crouch in the driver’s seat when you exit a garage. Because you know one day you might just plow through that agonizingly slow door.

Heck, everything around you seems slow when you’re whipping a 6.2 liters of supercharged HEMI vee eight.

However, pay closer attention to the video and you’ll notice a special guest. A car that has become some fort of internet obsession for passing the time. Seriously, whenever you’re bored, you can just start a discussion about how ugly the Pontiac Aztek is. You’ll be in for a fun day, you’ll meet new people and, who knows? Perhaps you’ll even meet somebody nice, get married and have children. The Aztec was riding on a shortened minivan platform after all, so it could still sustain a family.

Then again, children would love to see three Challenger Hellcats doing their thing. And so do we.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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