Despite the fact that earlier Dodge announced the end of accepting orders for the world’s most powerful off-road vehicle Durango SRT Hellcat, the planned circulation of 2,000 copies was nevertheless decided to increase slightly.
The extreme crossover Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat, the manufacturer promised to release in the amount of exactly 2,000 copies – all of them have already been sold, with the exception of a few test copies, and the acceptance of orders by dealers has long been stopped. It was assumed that the all-terrain vehicle would be produced at a plant in Michigan only until June of this year, and the company was not going to increase circulation, even despite the rush of demand. Now, as COO of the brand Bob Broderdorf told Dodge Garage, the manufacturer has decided to release a few more copies of the supercrossover for those who missed their chance.
“Every time you bring a limited edition car to market and plan to build fewer units than the number of Dodge dealers in the US, you risk leaving a lot of customers extremely dissatisfied,” Broderdorf said.
He noted that the company found an opportunity to borrow several 6.2-liter V8 Hemi engines from other models of the extreme Hellcat family, in order to provide a small increase in the circulation of the highly popular SUV. Additional copies of the Durango SRT Hellcat are slated for production in June, but the number remains a mystery.
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