Dodge Demon Gives Widebody to 2018 SRT Hellcat

Let’s be honest you’re most likely never going to get your hands on the restricted release Challenger SRT Demon. But you can get in any event part of its quintessence on a standard Hellcat beginning not long from now.

There’s another Hellcat nearby the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody. As the name proposes, it gets the more extensive body boards from the Demon. The bumper flares include 3.5 creeps of vehicle width, and fitting underneath those gigantic flares are new 20-by-11-inch “Demon’s Rim” aluminum wheels. The tires are more extensive as well measuring 305 millimeters.

Upgraded SRT Hellcat:

That is not all the Hellcat Widebody additionally gets another electric power directing framework  first for any Hellcat. Swapping through Street, Sport and Track modes expands directing weight to the client’s inclination. Proprietors can blend and-match customizable settings with Custom mode as well.

These two changes result in a Hellcat with more hold than expected. Avoid claims this new Hellcat Widebody lessens quarter-mile passed times by 0.3 seconds (to 10.9 seconds) expands slide cushion grasp by 0.04g (to 0.97g) and diminishes 0-60 times by 0.1 second (to 3.4 seconds). On a 1.7-mile street course lap times dropped by 2 seconds or roughly 13 auto lengths.

Everything else you’d expect on a Hellcat is available and represented. It has headlights with gaps that push air into the admission. There are new Hellcat identifications and standard Brembo brakes to convey everything to a stop. Inside you get calfskin don situates, a cowhide wrapped level base guiding haggle 8.4-inch infotainment framework with standard route.

What’s more the motor is as absurd as ever. The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 still puts out 707 strength and 650 pound-feet of torque all which sent to the back wheels by method for an eight-speed programmed or a six-speed manual.

The Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody begins at $71,495. Request books open in July with conveyances occurring in the second from last quarter of 2017.

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