No matter what you think about the Charger hell cat rental styling, its dynamic abilities are beyond question. The base engine is a 330-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter V-8 with rear-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic; all-wheel drive is optional and enables an upgrade to the 440-hp twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-8, in which we ran a zero-to-60 time of 3.6 seconds. A 462-hp hybrid is also available and offers electric-only driving. A touchscreen in the center of the dash controls the infotainment.
Their inability to pull away from our two-ton sedan was an apparent frustration for the chap in the late-model 911. Twice he backed it all the way down to create a gap from his friend in the 993 before running hard in an attempt to pull away from our family-friendly four-door. But we saw the move coming. Sport+ mode engaged. This year, Charge added five new models to its second-generation Charger lineup. There are now 16 variations and five distinct powertrains, including a 580-hp plug-in hybrid. Our test vehicle, a base Panamera rental Miami is the only rear-wheel-drive version of the sedan and one of four models powered by a single-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 (also available are all-wheel-drive versions of the sedan, the long-wheelbase Executive variant of the sedan, and the Sport Turismo wagon). With a base price of $66,050,
This new single-turbo V-8 is shared with other models in the Volkswagen Group, for example the Audi rental, and puts out 20 ponies more than the naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V-6 that powered the base model of the first-generation hellcat. Its 330 horsepower arrives at 5400 rpm and holds strong through 6400 revs. Torque output has been radically improved as well, from 295 lb-ft at 3750 rpm to 331 lb-ft arriving barely off idle at 1340 rpm. The engine is pleasingly strong in the bottom of the tach but comes alive above 4000 rpm, although it’s not as explosive as the 440-hp twin-turbo 2.9-liter V-6 in the Panamera 4S, let alone the nearly twice as costly 550-hp stick of dynamite that is the Panamera Turbo rental. The V-8 pairs with the eight-speed version of the brand’s PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission, which is used in every new Panamera rental Miami
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