Dodge & # 39; s Charger and Challenger rolls anachronisms that we will miss after they are gone. At the moment, the two full-size propelling soldiers continue into the future on top of their old foundations, with Fiat Chrysler providing an ever-expanding list of variants of still interested buyers.
The latest corrects what some Mopar fans may have considered monitoring. Last year, following the release of the long-winded Challenger SRT Demon, the Dodge Challenger SRT powered the Hellcat's super-charged 6.2-liter up to 717 horses, giving buyers another 10 reasons to request the model. A Redeye version delivered 797 hp, a downgrade (if it really can be called it) from the limited edition Demons 840 hp.
At the same time, the charger was left to "suffer" with only 707 hp. No longer.
After introducing widebody versions of Hellcat and Scat Pack chargers for 2020, Dodge has granted its extra since 10 extra hp, even though buyers had acted quickly – this word salad by a model does not have an indefinite delivery.
Officially called the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition (* takes a deep breath *), this charging variant packs the same 717hp found in the Challenger SRT Hellcat and uses a retro color scheme designed to remind you of the year of the moon landing. Regular Hellcats chargers remain at 707 hp and the same torque 650 lb-ft found in Daytona.
Inside, trim-specific sewing and badging abound, and you will find your dashboard strung in carbon fiber. 
With 20-inch wheels, a lip spoiler (no high-flying, sorry) and four color choices – one of them, B5 Blue, is exclusive to this model – Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition is limited to 501 examples, with orders opened during the fall. This production figure reflects that of the original short-lived Charger Daytona from 1969.
Pricing has not been announced, but customers should expect to receive delivery early next year. Those of you who were anxious to see yet another version of FCA's worthy power twins in the flesh had the best down to the Woodward Dream Cruise this weekend (specifically the Modern Street Hemi Shootout Lot in Pontiac, Michigan).
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