Honestly, I like the idea behind the car... but I do think it falls quite short of my performance expectations. The way they hyped this beast up, I was almost expecting a car that could run damn near 8's in the quarter mile and would be turning its plastic rear bumper to dust with an insane torque fueled wheelie. Hell... I was hoping for a factory wheelie bar to be honest. That being said, what they made is still pretty impressive, don't get me wrong, but man... come on... this is 2017. 1000hp cars have been in production since the 90's (didn't really start to take off much till the Veyron though) and we all know that even Joe Shmo working out of his garage can build a 1000+hp in his garage with the parts available today like nothing. Where is our 1000+hp drag demon? That would be able to actually ride a power wheelie some distance rather than just lift the wheels in a little hop from the shock weight transfer. Sorry if I sound a little sour, but from a car that Dodge basically said, "Screw the rules, we do what we want!" I feel that it is extremely lacking and could have been so much more.