I'd say your wallet would be disappointed. The GTR gets slower on the top end while the Hellcat never stops pulling. I've been in plenty.GTR had a reaction time of 0.18 vs hellcat 0.16 - not sure I would call that a shank; it does show that torque matters however, as the hellcat clearly jumps off the line wherein the GTR looks like it was slow.
1/2 - mile my money is on the GTR.
Agree, not many cars on earth pull better above 130 mph than 650 ft-lb with over 700 hp on tap.I'd say your wallet would be disappointed. The GTR gets slower on the top end while the Hellcat never stops pulling. I've been in plenty.
I will say that in my buddy's new Nismo GTR the top end is stronger than the non Nismo and it is a noticeable difference but I still think the Hellcat would stay on top.
Here's the video from my race with his Nismo last spring with the Go Pro in his car. That's the 600hp top of the line Nismo edition:
Here is a link to my last run of 2015 before the track shut down. The DA was 1198, temp 64. That was the second best run for the car and the night. Best was 10.73. Car has Mickey Thompson DR's and aluminum driveshaft only.