While the Challenger's blocky proportions are a reminder of its age, they're also part of its appeal. It's not trying to compete with much more modern German coupes for glitzy glamor; rather, it looks planted, aggressive, and suitably intimidating in your rearview mirror, exactly as a muscle car should. All SRTs get a Black SRT grille, bi-functional halogen headlights with quad halo LED surrounds, LED daytime running lamps, a dual-snorkel hood, a Satin Black rear spoiler, and 20-inch alloy wheels. A power sunroof costs extra and the headlights can optionally be upgraded to HID units. The Widebody Package adds those distinctive fender flares and a Widebody competition suspension - it makes the regular models look almost weedy by comparison.
All Challenger SRTs share the same 116-inch wheelbase and width (including the side mirrors) of 85.4 inches. However, from there they differ between the regular models and the Widebody versions. The standard model is 197.5 inches long, 57.2 inches in height, and 75.7 inches wide with the mirrors excluded. The SRT Hellcat Widebody is 57.5 inches in height and 78.3 inches wide excluding the side mirrors. Ground clearance is 4.5 inches. Curb weight ranges from 4,415 pounds (for the SRT Hellcat in manual guise) to 4,481 lbs for the SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody automatic. None of the Hellcats are rated to tow.
|Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Trims||SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak||SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody||SRT Hellcat Redeye||SRT Hellcat Widebody||SRT Hellcat||SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak||SRT Hellcat Jailbreak||SRT Hellcat Widebody Jailbreak|
|Max Width||78.3 in.||75.7 in.||75.7 in.||78.3 in.||75.7 in.||75.7 in.||75.7 in.||78.3 in.|
|Length||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.||197.5 in.|
|Height||57.5 in.||57.2 in.||57.2 in.||57.5 in.||57.2 in.||57.2 in.||57.2 in.||57.5 in.|
|Wheelbase||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.||116.2 in.|
|Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Trims||Curb Weight|
|SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak||4,430 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody||4,481 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Redeye||4,430 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Widebody||4,446 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat||4,415 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak||4,415 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Jailbreak||4,415 lbs.|
|SRT Hellcat Widebody Jailbreak||4,415 lbs.|
|Wheels Type||Aluminum Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||20" x 9.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||20" x 9.5"|
A total of 14 exterior colors are available for the SRT Hellcat. Instead of a sea of blacks and greys, the Dodge gets several brash shades that suit the car's persona to a tee. Along with Frostbite and Sinamon Stick, there are also audacious shades like TorRed, Go Mango, and Octane Red. Four Dodge Heritage colors return for 2023: B5 Blue, Sublime, Plum Crazy, and Destroyer Gray. For a more stealthy look, there is Pitch Black, Granite, and Triple Nickel. Rounding out the palette is F8 Green and White Knuckle. You can order any of the 14 colors on all the 2023 models. Of all these colors, only TorRed, White Knuckle, and Pitch Black are free. Go Mango, Sublime, Octane Red, and Sinamon Stick cost $395 and all the remaining ones cost $95.
The car's high level of customization means you can add dual racing stripes in colors like Gunmetal, Carbon, and Blue for an added cost of $995, a black satin-painted hood ($1,995), roof ($1,495), or an entire black satin-painted graphics package ($3,495). Midnight, black, satin-chrome, red, or 'Brass Monkey' exterior badging costs $199, and you pay $995 for a satin-black performance decklid spoiler and $99 for a chrome fuel-filler door. The brake calipers are red, but for $595, you can have them in black, blue, gunmetal gray, orange, or yellow. The Black Ghost is painted Pitch Black and comes with silver wheels, white fender stripes, a Gator Skin top, and black brake calipers.