Just like the stock market, the neverending American horsepower campaign has had its ups and downs over the years, but records continue getting transgres and the outlook remains bullish.

1. 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: 808 hp


The resurrected Demon is so extreme that one producing automotive publication has called for it to be banned,( and was promptly screamed down by the muscle car’s fans .) The animal comes with drag radials, a transmission brake, just one seat and can pop a wheelie. Its supercharged 6.2 -liter V8 builds 808 hp on pump gas, and if somehow you don’t think that’s enough Dodge can make it consistent with 100 octane race gas that bumps it up to 840 hp.

2. Dodge Challenger/ Charger SRT Hellcat: 707 hp


Dodge’s Hellcat bros seem tame compared to the Demon, but are still serious forces to be guessed with. If you can’t choose between the two, here’s something to keep in mind: while the Challenger can reach 199 mph, the Charger’s slightly more aerodynamic body is good for 204 mph.

3. 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: 707 hp


The Trackhawk is the most-powerful SUV in the world, but while it has the same engine and horsepower as the Hellcats, it loses the tiebeaker with a measly 645 lb-ft of torque compared to their 650 lb-ft rating. It’s ace in the hole is an all-wheel-drive system that won’t send any of it it up in tire smoke. If you like burnouts, that may not be a good thing.

4. 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby GT5 00: 662 hp


When it was new, the last Shelby GT500 was the most-powerful American automobile ever, but it looks like a 98 -pound weakling today, which is why a new one is expected soon. Still, there’s no denying the effectivenes of its 5.8 -liter supercharged V8, and who’s going to complain about a Mustang that can go 202 mph?

5. 2018 Chevrolet Camaro Z06/ Camaro ZL1: 650 hp


Two high performance automobiles from the same company with 6.2 -liter supercharged V8s? Hmmm, voices familar. But while the power outputs of these two are identical, their engines “re a bit” different. The Corvette’s gets a dry sump oiling system that’s better for the way, while the ZL1 uses a tried and true wet sump designing. The ‘Vette likewise beats the Camaro on manual transmission gear count 7 to 6. But the ZL1 automatic coming through strong with an all-new 10 -speed automatic, while the one in the Z06 builds do with just eight.

6. 2017 Ford GT: 647 hp

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What a world we live in where a Mustang is more powerful than a $450,000 supercar, but the carbon fiber GT has a 216 mph top speed to go with it, so it’s got nothing to be ashamed of.

7. 2017 Dodge Viper: 645 hp


The Viper’s 8.4 -liter V1 0 is the largest engine in any automobile today, but it’s not long for this world. After a quarter-century and many track records around the world, this dinosaur of a supercar is running extinct this year.

8. Cadillac CTS-V: 640 hp


Need to get somewhere fast but want to keep it classy? The CTS-V borrows the engine from the ZL1, but pays it a 10 hp vig for the privilege. Its 200 mph top speed is two mph faster than the Camaro’s, nonetheless, so what do you think about that, tough guy?

9. 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1


The 21 st Century ZR1 was the first American automobile with more than 600 hp, but plainly not the last. It’s 205 mph top speed holds up pretty well today, but don’t think you’ve ascertained the last of it. Chevy’s been spotted working on what looks like a new ZR1, and you can bet it won’t be less powerful than this one.

10. 2017 Tesla Model S/ X P100D


When Tesla first unleashed the “D” it said it had 691 hp. Then it added a Ludicrous framework with a claimed 762 hp. The problem was that it was just adding the horsepower ratings of the electric engines used at each axle, and it doesn’t study exactly like that. The solution? Now it doesn’t tell how powerful the cars are, just how quick. If nothing else, with a 0 to 60 mph day of less than 2.5 seconds for the Model S, it’s probably safe to say these are the most powerful American electric cars ever.

At least for now.