How Would You Configure Your Challenger SRT Hellcat?
The Hellcat already comes standard with a pretty sweet package of features, but if you’re going to go big, why not go really big? You can design your own with a plethora of add-ons if you’re willing to throw down a few more bucks.
The question is, how do you take your Hellcat?
A $500 premium opens up a lot of possible color combos. You can choose from three interior treatments at your local Dodge in Miami: Black, Black/Ruby Red, or Black/Sepia. Next, pick from nine paint colors.
- Billet Silver Metallic
- Bright White
- Granite Crystal Metallic
- Ivory White Tri-Coat (+$500)
- Jazz Blue
- Phantom Black Tri-Coat (+$500)
- Pitch Black
- Sublime Green
Are the already fantastic stock chairs just not doing it for you? Maybe you ought to go for the Laguna Leather SRT bucket seats instead. They’re yours for $1795.
While you’re at it, you can also opt for red seatbelts for $95 apiece to get just the right look. Open up your power sunroof for $995 and enjoy your state of the art system with navigation and HD radio priced at $695.
For a lustrous appearance, add in the Satin Black aluminum hood for $995. Lastly, consider the summer performance tires to make your turns even smoother.
Just can’t stand decision-making? Want it all? No worries. You can get your Hellcat fully loaded, and you’ll still come in under 70K. That’s why, in terms of value, the Challenger SRT Hellcat is a steal.