Prior Design Dodge Challenger Hellcat PD900HC Widebody
As the tuning firm has done with so many other performance vehicles, Prior Design chose to add a widebody kit to the already wide Hellcat, making it one of only a handful of widebody Challengers around.
The fender flares are hardly subtle, but on a car like the Hellcat, that's ok, because it's outlandish by nature. Take the gold PD3 Forged wheels for example, oddly fitting on a car like this. Even with the candy apple red paint job.
Additional adds-ons come in the form of aero bits—including a front splitter, rear diffuser, and side sills. One can only imagine the amount of abuse this aftermarket kit will take.
The rear diffuser is a massive, attention grabbing unit, but based on what you hear in this video, the exhaust has been left alone. Nothing wrong with that, the stock exhaust produces a delightfully nasty sound.
The other 50 percent of what makes up the Hellcat DNA is, of course, the insane performance capabilities. Many cars that get the aftermarket tuning treatment have the show, and not the go. This is certainly not one of them.
Prior Design named this package the PDH900 Widebody for a reason. The power gets a bump from 707 to 900; if I'm being honest, the last thing the Challenger Hellcat needs is an extra 200 horsepower to play with, but then again, it must be a brute on the Autobahn.
Source: Prior Design