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Our pals at Dream Giveaway can never leave well enough alone, which is why they took the already excellent Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody and made it better. First, Forza Tuning got its hands on the Charger and put over $16,000 of labor and parts into it, improving everything from the Hellcat's supercharged 6.2-liter V8 to its suspension, fuel system, and driveshaft. The famous Hellcat motor now makes over 1,000 hp, which has dropped the car's 0-60 time below three seconds.
Gallery: Dream Giveaway 2020 Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody
Next, Dream Giveaway Garage designed a custom appearance package that upgrades the Charger inside and out. As if the base car didn't already look mean, DGG gave it custom Hellcat graphics with matte black stripes and orange accents that are echoed on the trim, badging, and brake calipers. They then added a genuine carbon fiber rear spoiler, front splitter, and rear diffusor, as well as installed massively upgraded lighting hardware. Our favorite touch is the orange-lit, carbon fiber engine bay by American Car Craft – they even painted the top of the supercharger black with orange claw marks.
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