Welcome to another Hellcat Week installment! Like most new Chrysler vehicles, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat utilizes Uconnect for the infotainment and driver information stuff. Unlike most other Chrysler vehicles, however, the SRT Hellcat has some performance-oriented gauges and pages to keep tabs on the car at any given time.
Roman and track instructor Jim Drew run through the special screens available on the Hellcat. One of the most important ones to Jim is the tire pressure indicator. Apparently, pressure in the tires can raise as much at 6 psi or more under normal track usage. Also, being an automatic transmission, keeping an eye on transmission temperatures is also important.
Check out that and more in our latest TFLcar tech demo of the SRT app functions in the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
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