Both cars will now be available with full-length body stripes finished with a carbon fiber pattern that have a tailored design around both car’s NACA duct hood vents. Opting for these new body-length stripes will set you back $995 at the dealership.
The large color pallette for the 2016 Hellcats has also been released. It includes: bright white clear coat, redline red, pitch black clear coat, granite crystal metallic clear coat, billet silver metallic clear coat, jazz blue pearl coat, torred clear coat, ivory white tri-coat, maximum steel metallic and limited-edition plum crazy pearl coat.
That last one, plum crazy purple, was only supposed to be offered on 2015 cars ending in December of that year, but high demand and the opportunity to pair the iconic purple paint with the new stripes convinced SRT to keep the highly popular color an option until the end of January 2016.
The 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat starts at $65,190 while the Charger Hellcat sells for $68,640.