The Hellcat is a military vehicle developed by the U.S. Army for use in the Army’s Combat Engineer Program.
Its name refers to the engine that powers it.
The engine has been in production since 2008 and has been around for a while, but the program has been plagued by a series of problems.
The first problems began in 2010 and included the vehicle being unable to start, overheating and exploding.
In 2015, a new model was unveiled that was designed to fix the problems, but in a way that made it less reliable.
The new engine was supposed to be in production by the end of 2019, but it was delayed by two years.
This has been attributed to issues with the assembly process, which involves assembling a tank from a stripped chassis and then placing it in a vehicle that was assembled using an assembly line.
The vehicle then goes through a series “slicing” tests to ensure the vehicle is stable and functional.