Dodge‘s Hellcats get full-length body stripes
Following strong demand in 2015, the Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcats are due to get new visual customization options for 2016.
Buyers can now add dual full-length body stripes from the factory. The sporty bands feature a faux carbon-fiber appearance, running the length of the car from the front fascia, across the roof and deck lid and down the rear bumper.
The stripe design has been tailored to emphasize the SRT Hellcat’s signature NACA duct hood vent.
The stripes can be added to any color in Dodge’s Hellcat palette, including 10 hues ranging from Bright White Clear Coat to Maximum Steel Metallic. The company is also extending availability of its limited-edition Plum Crazy color, originally scheduled to end in December.
“But exceptionally strong customer demand, plus the opportunity to pair this legendary high-impact hue with the new SRT Hellcat stripe, means dealers will be able to continue ordering the high-impact, highly popular color through January,” FCA said in a statement.
The stripes can be added to either the Challenger or Charger starting this month for an extra $995.