Dodge Challenger Redeye Is Picture-Perfect (Photos)

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Challenger Hellcat Redeye Passenger Side Outside

Dodge’s 797-horsepower Challenger Redeye is a showstopper from every angle.

A few weeks back, Dodge shocked the performance world once again by introducing the 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye with 797 horsepower and the available widebody treatment. Of course, we have talked about all of the crucial details of the newest supercharged muscle car while also looking at pricing and how it compares to the 840-horsepower Demon, but today, we bring you a close-up look at all of the fine details in high resolution images.

Redeye with the 2019 Widebody Lineup

Subtle Exterior Appointments

On the outside, the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye widebody looks a great deal like the original widebody Hellcat, but the 797-horsepower package does offer a few unique exterior aspects – especially when compared to the 2018 models.

Redeye Fender Badge

The Redeye has special black fender badges with – you guessed it – red-painted eyes. It also has the new dual snorkel hood design and the new SRT Performance Spoiler out back.

Redeye Performance Spoiler Side

The Interior

On the inside, the Challenger Hellcat Redeye offers many of the same features as the “standard” Hellcat, but the Redeye package includes a unique passenger’s side HVAC vent with a red eye on the little Hellcat head logo. It also has a 220-mile per hour speedometer to accommodate the car’s top speed of 203 miles per hour.

Redeye Vent Logo

Under the Hood

Finally, under the hood is where the Redeye really stands apart from the original Hellcat models, as the newest supercharged Challenger is powered by the Hemi from the 2018 Dodge Demon. Rather than the Demon logo on the supercharged, the 797-horsepower model has the SRT Hellcat badge with a red eye.

Redeye Engine Badge

Of course, our detail shots also provide a closer look of the underside of the dual snorkel hood that feeds cold air directly into the open-topped engine air intake system.

Photos for Dodge Forum by Patrick Rall

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