This Tuned Dodge Charger Hellcat Is Wider Than A Lamborghini Aventador


While you may not have heard of German tuning company S. Bader Karosserie und Lack before, the company’s new widebody Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is sure to make you remember its name.

Not satisfied with the standard Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody, the tuner fitted an even more outlandish package from Lion’s Kit. This package includes bold wheel arch extensions that add 6 cm (2.3 inches) on each side at the front and 10 cm (3.9 inches) on each side at the rear, meaning the modified Charger is now 2.10 meters (6.88 feet) wide, making it wider than even a Lamborghini Aventador.

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In addition to adding extra width to the car, these wheel arch extensions make the super sedan look even more aggressive than normal. Complementing the arches is a large ducktail-style lip spoiler on the trunk lid, as well as the hood from the Redeye variant of the Charger Hellcat.

A new set of wheels have also been installed. These are the Schmidt FS Line 21-inch three-part wheels that have a dark copper-colored spoke design and are wrapped in 295/35 front and 355/25 rear tires. A set of 25 mm (0.9 inch) spacers have also been fitted to ensure the wheels sit perfectly flush with the new fenders. Rounding out the visual modifications are a set of KW Variant 4 coilovers and various adjustable suspension components from Eibach.

Work then commenced on the sedan’s 6.2-liter supercharged V8. The first upgrade made was the fitment of a Momentum GT coil air intake and a 105 mm (4.1-inch) Blox throttle body. A GME Performance exhaust has also been installed with 200-cell catalytic converters. There is also a new JXB Performance bearing that adds extra support to the prop shaft. S. Bader Karosserie und Lack have not said how much power the car is now pumping out thanks to these changes.


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