The German tuning company S. Bader Karosserie und Lack, previewed the new Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat with a wide body that’s remarkably wide.
Not satisfied with the standard SRT Hellcat Widebody supercharger, the tuner installed an even more exotic package from the Lion’s Kit. This package includes bold wheel arch extensions that add 6 cm (2.3 in) on each side in the front and 10 cm (3.9 in) on each side in the rear, meaning the modified Charger is now 2.10 m (6.88 ft) Even wider than the Lamborghini Aventador.
In addition to adding extra width to the car, these wheel arch extensions make the super sedan look more aggressive than usual. Complementing the brackets is a large ducktail lip spoiler on the trunk lid, as well as the hood of the Redeye version of the Hellcat Charger.
A new set of wheels has also been installed. These are Schmidt FS Line’s 21-inch three-part wheels that feature a dark-copper design and are wrapped with 295/35 front and 355/25 rear tires. A set of 25 mm (0.9 in) spacers have also been installed to ensure the wheels are perfectly aligned with the new fenders. Rounding out the visual mods is a set of KW Variant 4 coils and various Eibach adjustable suspension components.
Then work began on a supercharged V8 engine with a capacity of 6.2 liters. The first upgrade made was the installation of a Momentum GT coil air intake and 105 mm (4.1 in) Blox pedal body. The GME Performance exhaust is also fitted with 200-cell catalytic converters. There is also a new JXB Performance Bearing that adds additional support to the sprocket shaft. S. Bader Karosserie und Lack did not say how much power the car is now pumping thanks to these changes.