There is a new Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody coming for 2020, and its attractive appears can presently be identified on the entire body of Matt Hagan’s eleven,000-horsepower Nationwide Sizzling Rod Association Humorous Vehicle.

Hagan debuted his new NHRA drag racer in the course of the previous weekend’s Dodge Mile-Large NHRA Nationals Presented by Pennzoil, which took area at Bandimere Speedway close to Denver, Colorado. Sadly, he did not make it to the ultimate round, with his greatest ET coming in at four.177 seconds at 239.27 mph. In comparison, the 707-hp Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody street car’s ET comes in at ten.96 seconds.

“Last yr, I had the honor of debuting the Mopar Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Humorous Vehicle entire body at Denver, and it is great to be in a position to adhere to that up this yr by revealing new Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody graphics,” the two-time NHRA Humorous Vehicle champion stated prior to the weekend’s run. “The graphics genuinely mimic the flared physical appearance of the Charger Widebody, and I feel supporters are going to dig the search.”

This is a NHRA Humorous Vehicle we’re speaking about, so there is not significantly leeway when it comes to displaying the subtle variations of the broad-entire body Charger SRT Hellcat from its common-entire body predecessor. However, the designers have managed to accurately depict the widened fenders on the graphics utilized to the drag racer.

On the street automobile, the widened fenders include three.five inches to the width of the common-entire body Charger—allowing for enormous 20×11-inch wheels with 305/35-dimension Pirelli tires to be fitted for further grip. Note, the Charger SRT Hellcat is solely presented with the broad-entire body design and style for 2020 but you can nonetheless obtain Chargers with the common entire body in other grades.

Deliveries of the 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody begin early subsequent yr.