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What does the Dodge SRT stand for?

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The Dodge SRT stands for Street & Racing Technology. It refers to the mid-priced badge variant of the maker of Dodge automobiles, Chrysler Group LLC. The SRT imprint characterizes power and performance, modern upgrades to the interior and drive-train, and ease of navigation on the street.

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In addition to the SRT label for applicable Dodge cars, the number after the SRT represents the number of cylinders in the engine of the vehicle. SRT-8 refers a Dodge vehicle with an eight-cylinder engine, and SRT-10 refers to a Dodge with a 10-cylinder engine such as the Dodge Viper and Dodge RAM SRT-10s.

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