Following on from his vision of the 2019 Dodge Charger a few months ago, our friend Enoch Gonzales has whipped up a striking rendering of the go fast version of the model, the 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat.
Compared to the “stock” model, the SRT Hellcat gains a suitably aggressive front fascia, with Enoch moving the Charger’s grille further down into the restyled front bumper, where it is flanked by a pair of distinctive honeycomb shaped daytime running lights. The SRT Hellcat’s bonnet also gain a trio of openings, with a functioning central scoop sandwiched by what looks like a pair of smaller, non-functioning ones.
Along the sides, the talented industrial design maverick has given the front fenders a set of fender vents dissected by a BMW M-inspired strake along with a set of twin five-spokes alloy wheels.
Around the back, the restyled rear bumper houses a set of quad exhaust pipes and F1-esque rear fog light. Finally, no sports sedan is complete without a subtle boot lid spoiler to spice things up.
While this is purely a rendering exercise, the current Charger SRT Hellcat has been on sale in the US since 2014. It packs a monstrous supercharged 6.2-litre HEMI Hellcat V8 engine that pumps out 527kW and 880Nm of torque, enough to send the four-door saloon to the quarter mile in just 11 seconds before hitting an insane top speed of 328.3km/h.