2020 Dodge SRT Super Stock
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For the last decade, Americans have been spoiled for choice when it comes to the purchase of modern muscle cars. From the numerous varieties of Mustang and Camaro to the Chevrolet SS sedan, there was a powerful American car to suit every taste. But without a doubt, out of all the modern muscle cars, none have made waves like Dodge did with the Hellcat.
Debuting in 2015, the Charger and Challenger Hellcat brought mind-bending performance to the masses thanks to a 707 horsepower, supercharged Hemi V8, and a top speed of nearly 200 mph. Seeing the success of this, Dodge expanded the lineup to include a drag race-focused variant called the Demon, which used a heavily revised variant of the supercharged Hemi V8 that now could produce up to 840 horsepower on race gas and was capable of a sub-10 second ¼ mile right off the showroom floor. In 2020, Dodge unveiled a new Challenger to slot in between the Hellcat and the Demon, and they called it the SRT Super Stock.
The SRT Super Stock was in production for 4 years, yet it still has the lowest total production out of all the Dodge Hellcat variants- even factoring in the most recent end-of-line models Dodge was selling in 2023.
Over the 4 year run, just 1,527 units were produced- of which only 190 were built in 2020. This example remains in exceptional condition and benefits from a number of subtle upgrades, which all come with the pieces to return to stock. The first thing you may note as different is the addition of Vossen Forged Wheels that look like they easily could be standard on the car but give it a more aggressive appearance and are wrapped in Michelin PS4 tires.
Helping complete this aggressive look is the addition of KW v4 Street/Race full suspension system, which adds adjustability to the ride height and stiffness- original suspension pieces will all be included with the sale. The suspension setup and wheels were installed to bring this car’s appearance- both from a stance and camber perspective- more in line with that of a classic 1969 Charger, and the mission was definitely accomplished. Also worth noting is that the hood received a matte wrap, and then the entire front end of the car was wrapped with paint protection film to ensure it stayed in excellent condition.
The interior of this car is also quite special- fitted with red leather, this Super Stock is one of just 23 examples produced for 2020 with this unique and exciting interior color. Slide into the comfortable driver’s seat, and you are greeted by a red-faced tachometer and speedometer, which flank a center LCD screen with multiple data readouts. In the center console sits another LCD screen that controls the high-end Harman Kardon stereo through Dodge’s UConnect system. Custom carpets have been added in both the cabin and the trunk, which feature a stitched SRT logo and the Hellcat logo.
There is no doubt that the SRT Super Stock is a great-looking car and a pleasant place to spend time inside, but what this car is really about is what sits under the hood. A slightly detuned variant of the Dodge Demon’s 6.2 liter Supercharged V8 is fitted, making a truly massive 807 horsepower. A revised ECU from the factory raises the redline from 6,300 rpm to 6,400 rpm, and a shorter final drive ratio means that the SRT Super Stock is the second fastest Hellcat from 0-60 mph- being beaten only by the 1,000 horsepower Demon 170. This Super Stock is fitted with a Corsa Cat Back exhaust system which gives the already throaty-sounding V8 and even more exciting tone- and is still emissions-compliant. Brakes are provided by Brembo with 4 piston calipers and 14.2 inch rotors which help slow the big coupe down very nicely. Sold from Dodge with a set of lightweight drag racing wheels, this second set with skinny fronts and wide rears has only been used for 200 miles and are being included with the sale.
With the Hellcat going out of production in 2023, there is no doubt that these are going to be collector’s items in decades to come. Although Dodge produced numerous special edition cars at the end of the run, none of them are as rare as the SRT Super Stock- with 2020 being the rarest of the 4 years it was produced. This example is in stunning condition and benefits from several desirable modifications that make it look fantastic and even more fun to drive, meaning that this Challenger would be the perfect addition to any collection.