The upgraded version of the Charger SRT8 was revealed to the public in 2012.
The 2nd generation of the pure American muscle car had an aggressive fascia, with the bold, big black grille.
Keyless entry was standard across the entire Charger lineup, as well as keyless go.
The SRT8 featured the Chrysler 6.4-liter V8 engine, developing 470 hp. The engine was mated to an upgraded 5-speed automatic transmission. The heavy muscle car could rocket to 100 kph in just 4.4 seconds, close to the M3’s performance.
Inside the SRT8 we could find the same sporty design, with the same heated seats from the older generation.
The cupholders were both heated and cooled, a nice feature for a sports car.
The dashboard was refreshed with better quality materials. The steering wheel was flat-bottomed and was wrapped in leather. Behind the steering wheel, user could find the paddle shifters to change gears by their desire.
The up-to-date interior came with a 8.4-inch display that was fully customisable and offered detailed information.
Technology was not left behind for the SRT8, being equipped with blind spot monitoring, backup camera and rear sensing wipers.
The SRT8 had a 2 mode adaptive damping suspension, and while it was nothing new, together with the hydraulic steering, it offered a great driving experience on the track and on challenging roads.
Braking was also very effective, with the 4-piston Brembo callipers and big discs.