Frankly, I love the look and I can not wait to see how the new Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody handles and launches.
Dodge claims that the Charger SRT Hellcat widebody will reach 60 miles per hour in 3.6 seconds and cover the quarter-mile in 10.96 seconds.
Prices have yet to be announced, but Dodge says the Charger Hellcat Widebody will also be available for the Charger Scat Pack if massive amounts of power isn't an option for your next four door. Then in the US, Dodge is making the most powerful saloon in the whole world, and has done so since before all of the above cars were introduced, with just rear-wheel drive. Let's begin with the Charger SRT Hellcat widebody. The engine is paired with an 8-speed automatic spinning the rear wheels. The package also includes six-piston Brembo front brakes that are said to be good for a three foot shorter stopping distance than the standard Scat Pack.
Dodge claims the widebody enhancements help make the 2020 Charger stickier and quicker around a racetrack than the model it replaces.
The middle of the dashboard houses an 8.4-inch display with FCA's Uconnect infotainment system. It also receives a number of the Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody's handling upgrades, including stiffer springs, sway bars, shocks, and dampers.
The N/A 6.4's 362kW is a higher tune than it is in the locally-available 300 SRT or Jeep Cherokee SRT, which gives Americans access to a 12.4 second quarter-mile run and a 0-100km/h time of around 4.4 seconds based on Dodge's 3.4sec 0-60mph claim. Race Cooldown allows for fans, pumps and the intercooler to keep running and help circulate air towards the supercharger even while the auto is off. Launch assist on the other hand adjusts engine power output by the milisecond as the vehicle starts detecting wheel hop on launches. There's also Launch Control and Launch Assist, the latter of which uses wheel speed sensors to catch that bone-jarring wheelhop you sometimes get with high-horsepower cars when trying to launch them at the strip.