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Move Over, Hellcat: These are the 14 Newest Members of the 700-HP Club

Motor Trend Logo Motor Trend | Slide 1 of 15: When the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat showed up back in 2014, it shook the entire automotive industry with its unheard of 707 hp rating. Then Dodge announced plans to build a Charger Hellcat, as well. Not only could muscle car fans buy a Challenger with more than 700 hp for less than $70,000, but they could also buy a full-size sedan with the same engine.Four years and one long-term Hellcat later, we were curious. Since the Hellcat twins went on sale, how many production cars have been introduced with at least 700 hp? To keep things simple, we decided not to count a car if fewer than 100 will ever be built. With that important caveat in place, here are the 14 newest members of the 700-hp club.

THE 700 HORSEPOWER CLUB

When the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat showed up back in 2014, it shook the entire automotive industry with its unheard of 707 hp rating. Then Dodge announced plans to build a Charger Hellcat, as well. Not only could muscle car fans buy a Challenger with more than 700 hp for less than $70,000, but they could also buy a full-size sedan with the same engine.

Four years and one long-term Hellcat later, we were curious. Since the Hellcat twins went on sale, how many production cars have been introduced with at least 700 hp? To keep things simple, we decided not to count a car if fewer than 100 will ever be built. With that important caveat in place, here are the 14 newest members of the 700-hp club.

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