Above that is a Viper-inspired hood treatment with its huge Naca duct feeding air to the supercharger flanked by two air extractors. From the rear view—most likely the view we’ll be seeing most—you’ll see a unique rear bumper with diffuser elements and more aero ducts, as well as dual four-inch exhaust tips, smoked “racetrack” taillamps and a one-piece, body color rear spoiler.
And since fast cars need to stop just as quickly, the brakes are Brembo six-piston calipers up front and four-piston calipers in back, clamping down on two-piece Brembo discs that are the largest Dodge has ever installed on a car.
The Hellcat also gets its own flat-bottom three-spoke steering wheel, heated and ventilated sport seats in front and a heated rear bench seats, all upholstered in black or sepia Nappa leather, or an optional two-tone black and red faux suede if you’re feeling racy.
Dodge said that the Charger Hellcat will go on sale during the first quarter of 2015 as a 2015 model, and that contrary to rumors that the Challenger, it will not place a cap on production for either this or the Challenger Hellcat.