20. Dodge Challenger Hellcat
Everybody went crazy when Dodge announced the Hellcat Charger and Challenger models. The reaction was expected since the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 with 707 HP is a proper monster of a muscle car that shouldn’t be on the streets. But Dodge allowed the public to buy one of the fastest and most powerful muscle cars they ever built.
Despite being overpowered in every aspect; the Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat are surprisingly fun to drive and docile at low speeds. When you press the throttle to unleash the fury of those 707 supercharged horses, you feel the brutality of the Hellcat package and the power being sent to the rear wheels. You won’t want to turn off the stability control systems and try to drive this car aggressively. Not only you will find yourself in a huge cloud of tire smoke in a matter of seconds, but the Hellcat will also skid uncontrollably. The fastest recipe for disaster is turning everything off and hitting the gas. You will not be able to control the Hellcat. It may try to kill you by pushing the car into the nearest wall or ditch.