Dodge gives us an insight into ‘Density Matters’ in new ‘Last Call’ teaser

Dodge gives us an insight into ‘Density Matters’ in new ‘Last Call’ teaser

The last place we expected to find the Little Green Man is in the teaser campaign for Dodge’s Last Call series. And yes, we do mean “men” plural, because here we are again trying to parse a cryptic teaser with two leprechauns. A previous teaser showed a tiny leprechaun receiving fluids from an IV dispensing a sleeping pill. We’ll guess the liquid is ethanol, and it turned the little guy into Gigachad – or in this case would that be Gigachoon? The new teaser, called “Density Matters,” puts the little guy on one side of the balance scale and Gigachon on the other. Look for the Ironman-like arc reactor in the heavyweight’s chest, which is glowing yellow.

When the weigh-in begins, the little guy starts at the bottom with the scale at zero. A switch is flipped, there’s a Supercharger, and Gigachun’s eyes turn yellow as his superpower takes on anything. The epilogue comes quickly, with the grown man coming in at 7.1 pounds more than his alter ego.

But the question is what kind of density is 7.1 pounds. It cannot be vehicle power density; The 5,450-pound, 797-horsepower 2023 Challenger SRT Super Stock registers 0.148 horsepower per pound, and if Chrysler still had an aerospace department, but Chrysler doesn’t, you’d only find the 39,500-hp Dodge in one place. will see. Comparing the power density of different grades of ethanol to each other and to gasoline doesn’t yield a number that makes sense in this context.

Some have speculated that the Hellcat’s supercharger might be the answer, a 2.7-liter unit boosting 14.5 psi to make those 807 horses. But it also points to an absurd number. We hear Dodge didn’t want to step on 1,000 Hellefant crate engine toes with this Last Call model. That crate motor breathes through a 3.0-litre supercharger that churns out a maximum of 15 PSI of boost. As a glance at any supercharger comparison chart shows, the math deciding output depends on a number of factors. However, it’s possible that boosting the 2.7-liter screw to 21.2 psi will not only cramp a helephant’s toes, it’ll shoot the pachyderm in the head, roast its trunk for dinner, and sell it on the open market. Will sell its teeth. And indeed, it would explain the prototype engines that blew up.

But we don’t know. So apart from the name of the model, we have another secret as to what it can do. We might get an answer when the next teaser drops on March 9. If not, the reveal was held on March 20 at the Dodge Last Call powered by Roadkill Nights Vegas event at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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