Dodge//SRT has mentioned that the Hellcat era will be coming to an end once the next-generation Dodge Challenger (LB) and Charger (LF) come to market in 2024. The new generation of muscle cars will offer more efficient and emissions-friendly internal combustion engines (ICEs) and a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) powertrain that will be able to outperform the current Hellcat lineup. While Dodge has announced that it will show off a conceptual version of its all-new eMuscle car later this summer, it doesn’t mean that Dodge//SRT isn’t working on something special for the last hurrah for the supercharged HEMI in the Challenger. Mopar Insiders is reporting the following: "Dodge//SRT will be launching another high-performance limited-edition model before the current generation comes to an end. But what makes this new car special is that instead of running on 100+ octane race fuel, it will be able to run on ethanol (E85) instead. Those sources have indicated that the car should be a limited production (like that of the SRT Demon) and capable of producing stronger numbers than the SRT Demon. How much horsepower we do not know, but Mopar’s Direct Connection Stage 3 Kit for the Hellcat Redeye puts out 885 horsepower with 100+ octane, Hellephant pulley, and tuning. Although not confirmed we expect horsepower to be upwards of 850+ for the E85 tuned Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. The sources also stated to us that the car will be part of the brand’s “Never Lift” campaign, Dodge’s 24-month road map to the brand’s performance future. We hope to be learning more about the car in the upcoming weeks. So, stay tuned."