Hellcat’s ‘engine coolants’ won’t melt steel

FOX News — Hellcat engine coolant won’t cause the melt of steel, according to the company’s engineers.

Hellcat announced Wednesday that it would begin producing its engines in 2018.

The company has not said when production will begin or how much the product will cost.

Engineers will work on the product until it reaches a point where it can be melted down.

In a statement Wednesday, Hellcat said it is not using any engine coolants on its engines.

It said its engineers are developing a new coolant, which is safe to use and is in the pipeline.

It says it is also using a new manufacturing process to produce its engines and that the company is working with suppliers to meet U.S. requirements.