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Now You Can Get A Dodge Hellcat In Widebody Form


For everyone that has been hoping for the option to get additional choices when the decide to buy a Dodge Hellcat, your dream is now a reality. The Dodge Hellcat is now available in a widebody form. And it looks and feels great. The vehicle has all the power and performance you’ve come to expect from the Hellcat with a little more room and a unique, distinctive look. Muscle car fans are sure to love the new extra beefy version of the Hellcat that Dodge calls the Challenger Hellcat Widebody. It’s an interesting new take on a vehicle many people already had on their wish list. If any Dodge vehicles are on your wish list, you should test drive one, or many, at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge. You are sure to find what you are looking for.

Dodge didn’t see the need to come up with a new name for this wider version of the Challenger Hellcat. Adding the term widebody says it all. Unlike the 70s when the Big Three automakers promised hot new muscle cars and simply slapped tape stripe kits and big bumpers to pre-existing models, this is no marketing gimmick. This new Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody is sure to satisfy the real American muscle car connoisseur. It has everything they could want plus a bigger, wider body that is sure to turn heads and make people sit up and take notice.

The company has already delivered with the amazing Dodge Demon. That muscle car is built much like the iconic Hellcat, plus it comes with a widebody kit for its 3.5-inch wider body. That makes it a better fit when you add the extra muscular base, grip and grit of the 305-section tires. Those tires were necessary in order for the Demon to have the traction and solid footing to handle its extra-powerful engine that delivers a mind-blowing 840 horsepower. While the newly released Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody doesn’t have the extra power found in the Demon, it does have the same body and tire modifications. That includes the Demon’s fender flares and tires.

And the new Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody comes with a MSRP that is over $10,000 less than the Demon. The new Challenger Hellcat Widebody costs $71,495, while the price of the Demon is $84,995. If you want the base Hellcat, you can get one for about $65,290. That means if you want your Hellcat to have the bigger wheels, tires and fenders, you’ll have to add just over six grand to the price of the base model. Not bad to add a meaner, more powerful look. Plus it only slows the vehicle’s 0 to 60 time from 3.5 second to 3.4 seconds and its time in the quarter mile from 11.2 to 10.9 while providing added grip.

This vehicle is not for the faint of heart. It’s designed for muscle car lovers looking to hit the corners so hard it makes their eyes water. It brings the Gs they scream for at road courses all over the country. Its supercharged V8s with twin baritones will have the owners of this incredible new vehicle grunting and howling because of its grip and power.

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