The Challenger Hellcat will not be the sole Mopar muscle car having an upgrade for the new model year. One of our spy photographers caught an updated 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat testing near the SRT office. It looks like the car will last on largely unchanged, since everything behind the fenders is discovered and unchanged. However, the fascia has to be getting some noteworthy changes considering how well it’s hidden.

2019 Dodge Charger

2019 Dodge Charger

And it’s really, really well-hidden. It’s extremely tough to see during this covering. Whatever changes are made still aren’t going to be massive. It appears like the principles remain the same, for instance, large centre grille from the bumper flanked by 2 outboard inlets that lack fog lights. The grille seems to still connect with the headlights, as well as the grille is pinched at the middle.

Odds are, the front part is the only significant difference in the 2019 Charger Hellcat, just as the twin-scoop hood on the Challenger Hellcat is the only major difference on that version. Underneath the hood will likely be the exact same 707-horsepower supercharged V8. This Charger prototype also sports the exact same Brembo brakes as the current version. The full reveal will come this summer along with the Challenger.

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