Design,Dodge | February 06 2019

High contrast: New center stripe colors for Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

There are specific iconic design elements that make it pretty easy to spot a modern Dodge Challenger muscle car on the street – a long hood, the body side A-line that sweeps upward at the rear wheel, quad headlamps, just to name a few.

A set of dual stripes that flows down the center of the Challenger belong in that group. Now, buyers of the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat who add the center stripes have more color choices.

In addition to the classic look of the Dual Carbon stripes (order code M96), the 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat can also be customized with Dual Blue (M93), Dual Red (M98) or Dual Silver (M94) stripes. The dual stripes package carries a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $995.

You know the look: The dual stripes run from the front fascia, down the hood, roof and trunk lid to the bottom edge of the rear fascia.

The expanded choice of dual stripe colors offers new eye-catching contrasts to the Challenger SRT Hellcat’s palette of paint colors that includes heritage-inspired high-impact colors such as B5 Blue, F8 Green, Plum Crazy, TorRed and Go Mango, along with the classic Pitch Black and new for 2019 Triple Nickel.

The dual stripe packages for the Challenger SRT Hellcat are available to order now from your local Dodge dealer.

Dual stripe packages are also available on the 2019 Charger SRT Hellcat, R/T Scat Pack and R/T models along with the 2019 Durango SRT – giving performance enthusiasts even more custom options straight from the factory.

Dale Jewett

Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters
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Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters and 0-to-60 times – and the people who make it happen. Because behind every awesome vehicle are amazing people with vision and the desire to make it a reality. I cover Mopar, Dodge, SRT and motorsports for FCA Digital Media. I learned to drive on a 1973 Jeep CJ-5 with the rare Super Jeep option package and three-speed manual transmission. I still belong to the dwindling club of people who prefer to shift their own gears, and think the best way to drive is with the top down!