Just now we have the crazy one Dodge Challenger R / T with PD900HC body kit and bloody splash foiling report and the next one will come! This time it's a vehicle from clinched who act as a manufacturer of fender flares and complete body kits. You have set up a Dodge Challenger Hellcat which is hard to beat in terms of aggressiveness. The absolute highlight is of course the huge body kit. It is even a bit "fatter" compared to the body kit from Prior Design and ensures an exorbitantly martial appearance of the AMI. In front of the Challenger got a huge front spoiler which is of course adapted to the overall width "including the fender flares".
Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody
And these flared fenders are of course anything but reserved. They ensure a significant widening of the body and come with exposed screw connections all around. There are also large side skirts that allow a seamless transition to the extensions for the side walls. In our opinion, the conversion is particularly intense when you see the vehicle from behind. This is where the essays come into their own. The rear view is garnished with a large ducktail spoiler lip and an aggressive diffuser attachment in the rear apron.
Especially from the back the gig is huge
There were also two black stripes over the entire vehicle, a white body paint (possibly foiling) and many black accents in the form of the front bumper, the Hellcat Badgets, etc. But that's not enough! Of course, a lowering and a set of wheels that consistently fills the huge wheel arches had to. The wheelset was found on the shelf of Ferrada Wheels and more precisely it is a three-part forged wheel set of the type USF01 in a candyapple-red variant. The aluminum wheel comes with a large drop center and, thanks to the Airride air suspension, sits with millimeter precision in the wheel arch. The air suspension, which can be adjusted at the push of a button, also ensures that the Hellcat can be raised to a mobile level in seconds.
an Airride allows the lowering
Our unfortunately very short video below also indicates that under the bonnet nothing corresponds to the series. Especially the soundscape of the compressor suggests that. However, we do not have any information yet. However, it seems that Tuner Mopar is involved in the project with a new compressor kit and sports exhaust system and other details. The slotted brake discs, which can be seen through the rims, are from the shelf of Mopar and there was also a white paint for the factory Brembo calipers. If we receive more information about the changes in a timely manner, there is of course an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
Here are the details of the Dodge Challenger:
- Clinched fender flares, front spoiler, side skirts, duck-tail spoiler lip, diffuser attachment
- two black stripes over the complete vehicle
- white body paint (possibly foiling)
- black accents (front bumper, Hellcat badgets, etc.)
- Wheel set from Ferrada Wheels (three-piece forged wheel set, type USF01, candy apple-red)
- slotted brake discs, white painted Brembo calipers
- Lowering (Airlift Airride air suspension - more information is not available)
- darkened / tinted windows
- possibly an increase in performance - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor conversion - more information is not available)
- Sport exhaust system (more information is not available)
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Dodge Challenger Hellcat widebody by Clinched
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