Its trunk could probably swallow a Fiat 500, and it has two more doors and 306 litres more passenger volume than its Challenger SRT Hellcat stablemate. It has more horsepower and torque than the Viper SRT (707 hp/650 lb-ft versus 645/600), and gets from 0-100 km/h almost as fast (four versus 3.5 seconds). The eight-speed automatic is quick and smooth, and the Charger SRT Hellcat is just as capable of turning cold Pirellis into fire and brimstone as anything else on the market. Its bark is loud and bite is hard, and though it can turn on you like a cornered animal, even the most powerful production sedan in the world can putter around like grandma or grandpa on a Sunday morning after church. On the want meter, it’s a solid 7.5.