Check Out the 50th Anniversary Edition Dodge Charger Hellcat

50th Anniversary Edition Dodge Charger Hellcat, Yukon, OK
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Dodge’s exhilarating new 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition just might be the prettiest sedan on the planet. It’s certainly among the most powerful. With the transmission shift points now up to 6,100 rpm in the automatic, the Hellcat can deliver an impressive 717 horsepower.

The 2020 Daytona Charger is modeled after the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona model, complete with a rear-quarter decal and matching spoilers. The 2020 model also offers the B5 Blue paint as a Daytona-exclusive homage to the original. Dodge went with a Satin Carbon Finish on the 20-inch wheels, making the sedan 3.5 inches wider. The Black Brembo rear four-piston and six-piston front brakes with vented rotors give the Hellcat a sleek look.

The floor mats and steering wheel are exclusive to the Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition, as well as Alcantara suede performance seats with “Daytona” embroidered on the seatbacks in blue accent stitching. The seats are also heated and constructed of Nappa leather.

Much like its 1969 predecessor, Dodge is only going to produce 501 individual versions of the Hellcat, making the 50th Anniversary Edition a hot commodity. The 2020 Dodger Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition will hit the market in early 2020.

When it arrives, you can check out this legendary sedan and learn more at Westpointe Chrysler Dodge Jeep® Ram.

Car Name Meanings in Dodge’s Lineup

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The Exciting Dodge Lineup

Ever wondered where car name meanings come from? Here at Westpointe CDJR, we’ve decided to answer some of those questions about Dodge’s model lineup.

Challenger

In the 1970s, when the Challenger name first appeared on the market, it came into the ring to take down its competitors – the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. The three rivals remain at odds still today, but the Dodge Challenger stands as a reminder that someone else might come in swinging at any time.

Charger

The word “charger” can be used to refer to a horse that has been formally trained for battle. Several vehicles have been named the Charger, but the current one charged back into the market after a nearly 20-year disappearance.

Durango

This one’s named after a location – specifically, a city in Colorado. Originally, the vehicle was called the Chrysler Aspen, which is another city in Colorado, but the name was switched to the Durango as you know it today.

Hellcat

Named after an American fighter aircraft in World War II, the Grumman F6F Hellcat, the Hellcat name refers not to a specific vehicle, but to certain models of vehicles that contain Dodge’s most powerful engines.

Viper

This one’s a little more obvious; a viper is a type of venomous snake. However, when it was being developed, the Dodge Viper was largely influenced by the Ford Cobra, so the name is also a homage to its inspiration.

Check out any of these car name meanings in person at Westpointe CDJR near Oklahoma City, OK to see if they fulfill their cool names (they do!).