Current Challenger coupe will get replace in 2018. Dodge is giving it a small last-minute shock with an all wheel drive system, non-SRT version and a brand-new beamy-body SRT Hellcat deviation. The all wheel drive Challenger should look like, well, an orderly Challenger like noise but the so called Challenger ADR should look properly ludicrous, and this weekend we tagged an ad of the girthier 707-hp version.
Spied photos were taken by iPhone this morning, ghe pictures confirm the small-diameter, beamy-cross-section hoop care and apparently beamy line we’ve guessed the ADR will have. Essentially, this prototype’s wheel and tire collection closely resembles that met to the contestant GT AWD concept Dodge shown at the 2015 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Not circumpolar is the SRT Hellcat’s powered Hemi V-8, which carries over idempotent to the ADR and energies the back wheels. Also missing are the barrier shapes that will shroud the beamy rotating capital on the production version, but at least their lack gives us a good concept of just how much beamy in signal the ADR will be relational to a Challenger. Forget the hellaflush direction Dodge is going for the hellawide look. We’re intrigued by the version and look forward to perceiving the closing commodity and perceiving if the brand-new clothing delivers any quantifiable performance qualities once we test car.