Dodge seems to play the game a little different from the rest of the industry.
Dodge is building America's best muscle vehicles ever. Proud, boisterous, straightforward, tire-smoking muscle vehicles. Hellcats, Demons, Scat Packs, and Redeyes. For 2020, the brand's checklist of Hemi-powered, rear-wheel-drive tire fryers currently combines Widebody variants of the Charger Scat Pack and Hellcat, acquiring parts and inspiration from Widebody Challenger models, which started appearing for 2018.
It comes with four hues, and for 2020, it's the only Charger to wear B5 Blue, which was likewise first offered in 1969. It's a most loved shade of great Mopar muscle vehicle lovers.
The Widebody Package will be an alternative on the Charger Scat Pack, however, it's standard equipment on each 2020 Charger Hellcat and just adds around 30 pounds to the vehicle. Similarly, as on the Widebody Challenger, the plastic wheel-well flares broaden the vehicle's 3.5 inches, and their more extensive 20x11-inch manufactured aluminum wheels wear gigantic 305/35ZR20 tires front and rear.
The Widebody Charger Hellcat's suspension isn't tuned as firmly as the Challenger version's, while the Charger Scat Pack's suspension is more consistent. Cruising around California's Napa Valley in Street mode, the Charger Hellcat's ride is firm yet agreeable and its interior is stunningly peaceful on the interstate once the Hemi settles down in top gear. This is as yet a major, overwhelming vehicle, and its wheelbase is 4-inches longer than a Challenger's, yet it's astonishingly lithe concerning its mass, even on more crowded streets.
In spite of having 56 percent of its weight over its gigantic front tires, it's very well-balanced and turns in regardless you're in way too much. The Hellcat is currently really enjoyable to push in the hills. It takes a strong set in the quicker stuff and rotates on the brakes flawlessly in more slow corners, enabling you to drive it out on the throttle in long, controlled powerslides. However, this takes time. Until you tame this monster, it's smarter to leave its stability control on.
The Hellcat's stimulating, mind-blowing, spine-shivering, unending force. You'd swear there's a nuke under its scooped hood. Which there fundamentally is. It's the equivalent supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V8 as a year ago it's as yet wrenching out 707 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 650 pound-feet of torque at 4,800 rpm. It's anything but difficult to ridicule its pushrods, however, half throttle is enough to chunk tires, and its deafening V8 thunder and twisted supercharger whine are as fascinating as the power of its pull.