Remember the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody concept, which was spotted cruising around Detroit last month? While many, including us, dimmed their authenticity due to less than usual design signals, the same car later came to Spring Fest 14 as an official concept prototype car. Now, another iteration of widebody has been discovered in the wild, completely unpacked.
The brand said it planned to "measure feedback from the huge Dodge Charger, Challenger and Chrysler 300 enthusiast base", but more likely to plague the product and claim potential buyers – because it looks much more than just a concept.
According to eviil_srt, the Instagram poster of the video above, the car was in a dusty lot to film a Dodge commercial. Although we are not quite sure of the details, we note that the car had a body-colored number plate, which is a common tactic used to record advertising material to bring the viewer away from the plate and more
There are a few more common similarities between the camouflaged concept and the vehicle seen on the street. The wheels and rear bumper match almost perfectly, as does the shape of the fender arches and wheel arch. The rear deck spoiler seems to be of similar shape, but not quite as large as the one mentioned on the Spring Fest concept. Perhaps some optional equipment has been switched from the concept of the promotional car.
Details of car specifications have been sparse until this point. There are rumors of expecting similar offers from what is present for the Challenger SRT Hellcat package, including all 71
Currently, the questioning mind has to wait for the dust to settle down, have it? Dodge hasn't posted any teasers as it led to the reveal of the power-hungry Challenger Demon, but that's not to say that a surprise launch is off the table.