When Dodge announced the 2020 Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition it announced a price of $88,490 - excluding destination charge. Not very sure if it is really a fair price for a Charger, but we guess for a car limited to only 501 units is not that bad. Especially if you consider that a "base" Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody starts at $83,495.
Usually a muscle car is rear wheel drive. Is part of its DNA to be like that. But there are moments when you would like to have some fun out in the middle of nowhere, eventually playing in the snow. For those times Dodge just announced the Charger GT all-wheel drive. The car features a class-exclusive all-wheel-drive system with active transfer case and front-axle disconnect.
In 1969 Dodge launched the Daytona - one of the most appreciated cars the company has ever built. The car was the star in many movies, including the most recently Fast & Furious 6. Of course since then Dodge lost a lot of its "sex appeal" and its recent lineup simply can not impress anymore.
And, instead of developing new cars, Dodge is trying to attract more buyers...