Rest of the Charger lineup is far more affordable.
- Dodge announced today that the pinnacle of the four-door Charger lineup–the 2020 SRT Hellcat Widebody–will cost $71,140; a limited-edition Daytona 50th model will cost $75,635.
- Dodge announced official pricing for the rest of the 2020 Charger models as well, with much more affordable figures.
- 2020 Charger models should roll onto dealer lots early next year.
Dodge's new SRT Hellcat Widebody edition will sit near the top a lineup of four-door performance sedans when it goes on sale in early 2020 and will carry a starting price of $71,140. The ultimate Charger, however, is the limited-production Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition, which comes with a 717-hp version of the Hellcat's 6.2-liter V-8 engine–only 501 will be produced–and a $75,635 price.
2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody (Dodge)
Lesser Charger models can be had for as little as $31,390, although that price will procure buyers only a base SXT model with a 3.6-liter V-6 engine and rear-wheel drive. The GT starts at $33,390, and the V-8–powered R/T kicks off at $37,890. Scat Pack models are where the performance kicks up a notch, and the standard Scat Pack model costs $41,490; the Widebody upgrade is available on the Scat Pack car as well and adds $6000 to that car's bottom line.
2020 Dodge Charger Scat Pack Widebody (FCA US LLC)
Order books open this fall, so if you're interested in the limited-edition Daytona 50th model, we'd suggest reaching out to your local dealership with a deposit now. The rest of the 2020 Dodge Charger lineup will be in stock and ready for shenanigans early next year.
SOURCE: CAR AND DRIVER