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The name tells you pretty much everything: It's a 707-horsepower Hellcat with the Demon's big ol' fender flares, 3.5-inches wider than the standard Challenger Hellcat.
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So the Wide Body and Demon Challengers are rolled down the assembly line on damaged Hellcat wheels with 275s on them, with the 305’s fitted at the end, once they are fully built. Matt Farah
Spy shots of a wide-body SRT Hellcat for 2018 have elicited lots of speculation, but we have narrowed it down to three distinct possibilities.
The Hellcat gets plenty of tire scratch on the 1-2 upshift, and it’ll chirp those big rear 305s in third. ... but the skidpad number betters the narrow-body Hellcat’s 0.91 g. The Widebody ...
Instead, SRT built a Hellcat that’s more fun on the track -- it’s a coincidence the Widebody is also a bit faster. It looks the business, but won’t set any FTDs (fast times of the day).
The Hellcat Widebody gets more meat on all four corners and makes better use of its tried and true blown 6.2L Hemi and all its glorious 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. torque.
Note: side-by-side photo of the hood of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Wide-Body Kit.
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