When the 2015 Dodge Charger configurator fired up back in December, it only included the SXT and R/T models, but the SRT Hellcat is now an option for those looking to price out their 4-door dream car. For those who don’t have the patience to dig through the build process, here is a quick rundown of the available options and pricing for the 707 horsepower 2015 Charger.
Official 2015 Hellcat Charger Options, Prices
As expected, the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has a starting price of $64,990. This includes the $1,700 gas guzzler tax and the $995 destination fee, in addition to all of the features which help make it the most powerful, the quickest and the fastest production 4-door sedan in the world today. Standard features include the supercharged 6.2L Hellcat Hemi engine with 707 horsepower and 650lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheels by means of a quick shifting 8-speed automatic transmission. The Hellcat Charger comes with dual mode suspension, 15.4” Brembo brakes, unique 20 inch wheels, unique exterior components and a heavily loaded cockpit.
After you have decided whether or not to get the $95 engine block heater, you get to pick your interior and exterior colors for the 2015 Hellcat Charger. The list of available colors at the standard rate includes B5 Blue, Billet Silver, Bright White, Granite Crystal, Jazz Blue, Pitch Black and TorRed while paying an extra $500 will get you Redline Red, Phantom Black or Ivory Tri-Coat. Standard interior colors include either all black or black and ruby red Alcantara and Leather seats, but if you add the $1,795 leather interior group, you can pick from either Sepia or all black Laguna leather.
The only other option package is the 19 speaker Harman Kardon sound system for $1,995 while standalone options include Brass Monkey bronze wheels at $395, summer performance tires at $195, a power sunroof at $1,195 and the black roof treatment at $1,500. Oddly, there is no mention of a navigation package, so I expect to be an oversight that will soon be fixed. The standard features list the UConnect system as being navigation optional, but no price is mentioned on the build page yet. There is also no mention of the red seat belts, so it is unclear whether those are not being offered, or they just aren’t being offered yet.
If you pick every available option for the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat including the engine block heater, a premium paint color, the Laguna leather package, the Harman audio system, the Brass Monkey wheels wrapped in summer performance tires, the power sunroof and the black painted roof, the Hellcat Charger MSRP tops out at $72,660. That is a hefty chunk of change, but when you consider the much pricier sedans that the Hellcat Charger will crush in a head to head race, this 707hp Mopar muscle sedan is a high performance bargain.
My Ideal Hellcat Charger
Were I to buy a 2015 Hellcat Charger today, I would pick B5 Blue exterior paint with the Alcantara and leather black interior package. I would pick the Harman sound system, the Brass Monkey wheels and the power sunroof. That car would cost me $68,575. Click here to see how much your ideal 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat would cost on Dodge.com!