/Dodge Hellcat Models Gets Exclusive Stripes

Dodge Hellcat Models Gets Exclusive Stripes

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The unique dual full-length carbon-fiber pattern stripes that were only available for select Viper models can now be ordered for Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models for $995. They ought to make the high-performance machines look more distinctive and cool.

And they do a good job achieving that goal. The Hellcat exclusive stripe package covers front and rear fascias, roof and deck lid, plus a tailored design around the SRT Hellcat’s signature NACA duct hood. The good news is, since Dodge has also extended the production of the 1970s-inspired Plum Crazy option, you can have a purple Hellcat with carbon stripes. Now that’s a unique look you won’t get with any other car in the world.

The Plum Crazy paint option was supposed to be phased out at the end of last year, but due to popular demand Dodge decided to keep it in production for another year. Other exterior colors available for the Hellcat models include 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.

“The SRT Hellcat models are America’s ultimate performance car duo, and these already legendary Challenger and Charger models have given Dodge more than the title of ‘fastest and most powerful muscle cars ever,’ they continue to drive sales records, increase brand profitability, draw new and younger customers to the brand and fuel interest across our entire vehicle lineup – achievements worthy of earning an exclusive set of performance stripes,” said Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Car Brands – Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA – North America.

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