While a new-age factory Dodge Challenger has spent most of its life as the ...
While a new-age factory Dodge Challenger has spent most of its life as the naturally aspirated machine, this automaker is now releasing one supercharged incarnation after another. And what exactly separates the two blown Challenger derivatives outside a normal Hellcat, namely the Widebody and the Demon?
So, for one thing, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody brings a Mopar machine closer to competitors such as a Camaro ZL1 by adding fatter rubber and steering hardware that is supposed to be more cooperative – this carmaker talks about how the now electric setup offers selectable modes, and, until the thing gets driver, we can’t know if a fresh hardware delivers the feedback of a good old hydraulic system.
As for the Demon, a suspension setup, along with the smaller wheels, are unapollogetically calibrated for a drag strip.
And there are plenty of other small differences between the two, and which will be explained in this video.
The crew over at TFL Car has asked the Dodge representatives, CEO Tim Kuniskis included, and to talks about the bits that separate the two.
As the bonus, the Dodge helm man also talks about the idea of retrofitting the widebody kit to the normal Hellcat.
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