When Dodge announced that the 2020 Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody would be replacing the skinnier super sedan entirely, the only real downside anyone could think of was a pricing change. When the Hellcat twins debuted, both models carried a sticker price in the upper $50,000 range, which is no longer the case for the sedan. We know that the The 2020 Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody will start at $71,140 including the $1,495 destination charge, but now we also know what the options are going to cost.
Thanks to the newly launched configurator for the 2020 Dodge Charger, we were able to go through and compare how the pricing has changed from the 2019 model year. Luckily for Hellcat Widebody buyers, all of the exterior options have retained their pricing from the 2019 model. The popular dual stripe packages still costs $995, and the full black satin paint package retains its price of $3,495. The black satin painted hood package comes in at $1,995, while opting to paint the roof alone saves you $495.
The package pricing appears to remain constant on the inside of the car as well, with the $1,795 Harman Kardon Audio Group, the $1,995 power sunroof, the $995 Navigation and Travel Group, and the $395 red seat belts all carrying over pricing from 2019 as well. That is not to say there have been no changes, as the Alcantara Package has gone up in price from $695 to $995 for the 2020 model year, which also brings a new $1,595 Carbon/Suede Interior Package.
Based on the MSRP of the 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody, you should expect to pay somewhere in the high $80,000 range if you were to fully load one of these muscle cars up. While that is not cheap by any means, there are very few ways to get that much horsepower and performance with a factory warranty for that price.
We recently piloted a 2020 Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody around Sonoma Raceway, and you can check out our review here.
What do you think of the Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody, and do you think the skinny boy will be missed? Let us know in the comments below.