Dodge just pulled the drapes off of the its second car to receive the 707-hp supercharged Hellcat V8 in Detroit.
Today the company confirmed and revealed its new Hellcat-powered Charger sedan at Vinsetta Garage before its public debut during the Woodward Dream Cruise this weekend. The new super sedan is supposed to be capable of a top speed of 204 MPH, which is five MPH faster than the Hellcat-powered Challenger. Like that car, the range-topping Charger also gets a modified front fascia to help the engine gulp air.
Learn more about the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat at AutoGuide.com.