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Dodge Charger teaser video isn’t so subtle

by Patrick Rall on

Early this morning, the Dodge YouTube channel shared a video titled “Something big is coming”, and the details simply ask “are you ready?” While Dodge might be calling this video a teaser, anyone who has paid any attention to FCA news over the past few months knows exactly what is under the thin cover.

Charger SRT Hellcat Grille

Before we go on, check out the video.

So, what we are looking at is clearly a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. There is no question that it is a Charger before or after the cover is lifted off and early in the clip, we can clearly see the SRT Hellcat logo on the grille.

Charger SRT Hellcat Side Covered

There are only a few possibilities as to what this Dodge Charger could be. It could be the production version of the widebody concept that we saw at the LX Spring Festival a few months back or it could be the 797-horsepower Redeye version that many people are hoping to see come to production. Through the thin cover, the wheel arches do appear to be a bit more prominent than the average Charger Hellcat and the vents on the outer corners of the front fascia appear to be larger than normal Hellcat vents, looking a great deal like the fascia of the widebody concept.

Charger Hellcat Grille Uncovered

Of course, it could be a Charger Hellcat Redeye widebody, but we will have to wait until Dodge offers more information on this short video. The video ends with “coming soon”, but there is no date or any indication as to when this mystery Mopar muscle sedan is coming.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.


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