It does miss out on the Demon's 18-inch wheels, special drag radial tyres and uprated brakes, though, and comes only with an eight-speed automatic transmission where the standard Hellcat can be bought with three pedals. I'm glad it stuck around.
The Challenger GT - which was previously offered exclusively with all-wheel drive - gains a new rear-wheel drive variant for 2019; it'll retail for $29,995.
Inside, the Redeye has a leather-trimmed flat-bottom steering wheel and sports seats trimmed in Houndstooth cloth with silver contrast stitching; various combinations of leather and alcantara trim are available to order. The base R/T is the only V-8-powered model to escape a gas guzzler tax on both transmission choices.
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Packing in a 6.2-litre V8 mated to a 2.7-litre belt-driven supercharger, the Hellcat Redeye is capable of putting out a staggering 797bhp and 707lb ft of torque.
The vehicle will be on sale in the fourth quarter of 2018 for around $70,000, and unlike last year's Demon, Beahm is promising that it will be much more widely available.
Also available will be a satin black-finished boot lid spoiler, and a widebody package that adds 44mm on each side to the width of the vehicle, making room for 20 inch forged-alloy wheels shod with Pirelli P-Zero gumballs. The new Challenger Hellcat Redeye is absurd, putting out 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque.
Just after revitalising the Charger line-up, Dodge has confirmed that the Challenger range has undergone a similar treatment. Six-speed manual versions are subject to a gas guzzler tax of $1,000.