An extremely realistic widebody Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat was rendered by Prokop. A hatchback trunk, a shortened wheelbase, and a rear end are his finishing touches. wing that shouts "performance" when viewed from a distance. Honestly, the front splitter and the wings of this

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat give it a more Civic Type R appearance, and the wing itself would increase downforce to the vehicle. Imagine a real electric hot hatchback based on the Dodge Charger.When considering the amount of

it would not be surprising if Dodge joined the ranks of firms venturing into uncharted territories. Two Two such instances are the future Vette-focused range from Corvette and the Mustang's Mach-E SUV, which it debuted to the electric car market

A hot hatch might be in the horizon, what with Dodge offering the Charger in both two-door and four-door configurations

A hot hatchback may win over families despite the Charger's cramped backseat and trunk. Powered with the Banshee or an SRT Hellcat might take the car to the next level. You could always swap it out

for the all-wheel-drive system in a Dodge Durango or Jeep Trackhawk, and even the Hurricane inline-6 could be plenty for a Charger hot hatch.