How You'd Option Your Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

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The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat configurator is finally online. Get in there, option out your Hellcat, and show us what yours would look like. FOR AMERICA.


But unlike other "how you'd configure your car" features we've done, like the BMW M3/M4 and Porsche 911, the Challenger Hellcat doesn't have a ton of options. It's basically just exterior color, interior color, and transmission. And that's about it.

What the Hellcat does have is a surprising amount of standard features, like a Bilstein active suspension, UConnect with an 8.4-inch screen, a year of satellite radio, leather and Alcantara bucket seats, and a lot more.

I made mine white, Because Vanishing Point, with a black interior and a manual gearbox. It came in at $60,990. That's an insane deal for 707 horsepower.

The configurator can be found on SRT's site here. Check it out and show us how you'd do yours.


So I'm not going to lie, I'm a manual transmission guy. Typically I only like autos in two situations: Trucks and Jetta TDi. With that said, I honestly would consider a Challenger Hellcat as an automatic. Reason being is that this thing has enough power that I would like to focus on other aspects of driving rather than shifting. I mean, in all honesty if I take this thing out on a back road for fun on a Sunday its going to be everything I can do to keep it on the road, assuming I dont drive it like a Corvette owner.