The fender flares are hardly subtle, which on a car like the Challenger is more than ok, considering its already outlandish nature. Even the gold PD3 Forged wheels, for example, look great where on anything else they might seem ridiculous. Even better with the eye-catching red paint scheme.
With 50 percent of the Challenger’s personality coming on the exterior, the other 50 percent of what makes up the Hellcat DNA is, of course, under the hood. Prior Design named this package the ‘PD900HC’ for a reason.
Power gets a bump from 707 to 900; though, 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.
Top that entire package off with a pair of fuzzy dice and some go-fast stickers, and you have yourself an American monster muscle car terrorizing the streets of Europe. Gotta love it.