Dodge Helps You Take Challenger SRT Hellcat Engine Everywhere

2014 Dodge Challenger

If you love to hear the sweet engine purr of a supercar, then you’re not alone. You can now have the Hellcat’s engine revving 707-horses as your ringtone.

You know that we’ve been drooling over the new Hellcat for a while now. But, you have to admit, there are few sounds sweeter for a car enthusiast than that of the Challenger SRT Hellcat revving its swoon-worthy 707 horsepower engine. To make sure that those who love the powerful HEMI can hear the sound without shelling out the cash to actually purchase the Challenger Hellcat, Dodge has created a free mobile ringtone of Chrysler’s most power V8 ever.

 

The ringtone can be used on Apple, Android, and Blackberry cell phones. There are even available wallpaper image downloads of the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT for desktop and mobile devices.

 

“When you name an engine ‘Hellcat,’ it had better have the performance to back it up and a sound that wakes up the devil. The Hellcat’s signature sound is the unholy union of supercharger whine and 5.5 inches of unrestricted exhaust,” said Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO, Dodge and SRT Brands, Chrysler Group LLC. “Dodge/SRT fans can now make heads turn and people stop in their tracks, every time their phones ring.”

 

If you can’t wait to get your hands on the beautiful music of a Challenger SRT Hellcat engine, the ringtone can be previewed or purchased here. For those of you looking for the real thing under the hood of the all-new 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT, you’ll have to wait until later this year, so make sure you keep an eye on Brown Motors for the most powerful muscle car ever!

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