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WIN A DODGE CHALLENGER SRT HELLCAT WIDEBODY! Tickets cost just £4.05 and the competition closes on Sunday night 👉

We love a good US muscle car here at BOTB. They always offer lots of power and brutish fun for not a lot of money. Well now Dodge has turned that up to the maximum with the fantastically named Challenger SRT Hellcat – take one retro-modern styled coupe, stick in a huge 6.2 litre V8, slap on a massive supercharger and tune the hell out of it. The result? 700 bhp. That’s more than a Lamborghini Aventador, and for the US price of £45,000, or pretty much what we pay for a specced up BMW 3-Series in Europe. It’ll cost a lot more by the time it’s imported over here but still at £85,000 there is nothing that even comes close to the performance of the Hellcat. This is now the Widebody version too, so those pumped-up muscle car looks are increased even more so! The bonnet (or hood if you’re in this car’s home country) now has a twin-nostril design as well, further increasing the aggressive looks. Oh, and did we mention the noise?




This has a fresh design that sits well in the Land Rover lineup. Chunky wheelarches, the signature floating roof with ‘Alpine windows’ in the top, a dominating grille and big chunky tyres so you can drive over anything.

Inside it’s far more modern, full of the latest tech, but it still has a reassuringly old school feel to the layout. Being the 110 model, this Defender has 5 doors and plenty of room inside, while X-Dynamic SE spec brings Premium LED headlights, 20-inch alloys, keyless entry, Meridien sound system and so many driver assist programs you’d get bored of the acronyms.

This is the Defender that we’ve all been waiting for though – the P400e plug-in hybrid. That means it has a 2.0 litre petrol engine producing 296bhp, supplemented by an electric motor with a 19.2kWh battery – giving a total of 400bhp and 640Nm of torque. That gives the dream combination of great performance – 0-62mph in 5.6 seconds, along with real-world economy of 82.4mpg. It can even travel 27 m,iles on electric power alone – so you can drive your chunky 4×4 into a big city with a clear conscience.

WIN A DODGE CHALLENGER SRT HELLCAT WIDEBODY! Tickets cost just £4.05 and the competition closes on Sunday night 👉…

Last Day To Enter To Win This 1,000-HP Challenger Hellcat Redeye!

Enter now and we’ll double your entry tickets!

Now is your last chance to enter to win a truly special Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye. The entry period concludes on March 31st, but if you enter before then, we’ll double your entries as a bonus just for reading Hey, it’s the least we can do.

The amazing Dodge Challenger ranges in factory output from 305 horsepower in base SXT form up to 797 hp in the drag-ready Hellcat Redeye. But no factory Challenger compares to the car in question: a 1,000-hp Magnuson-powered Hellcat with “Extreme Redeye” customization. And it could be yours!

Our pals at Dream Giveaway are offering up a 1,000-hp Challenger Hellcat Redeye – plus $20,000 towards the taxes. This one-of-a-kind prize package includes a Magnuson supercharged Hemi engine, factory widebody option, a custom “Extreme Redeye” package, an autograph by legendary Mopar collector and drag racing legend “Big Daddy” Don Garlits, and a meeting with the man himself.

With 1,000 hp on tap, this Challenger demolishes the time to 60 miles per hour in just over three seconds, conquers the quarter mile in about 10 seconds flat, and continues on to a top speed of 203-plus mph. And since it was tested and evaluated by “Big Daddy” Don Garlits himself, this Challenger lives up to its reputation.

If the idea of owning this 1,000-hp Challenger gives you goosebumps, then head over to the Dream Giveaway website and enter before the clock runs out on March 31st. There’s no limit to the amount you can donate to increase your chances of winning, and we’ll double your tickets for any donation $25 or over as a bonus.

With one donation to charity, you're entered to win this custom Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye autographed by "Big Daddy" Don Garlits. ]]>