Dodge claims that lap times are lowered by around two seconds on a 1.7-mile track, while quarter-mile times are reduced by 0.3 seconds. To find out if these claims are true, The Smoking Tire’s Matt Farah took the Hellcat Widebody for a spin at Buttonwillow Raceway. While setting laps around the circuit, Farah found the wider Challenger to be more stable at speed, more planted at the front, and less likely to step the tail out. This makes the car more predictable when approaching corners as power is applied more progressively than before, while the wider tires make a big difference to the turn in speed and grip. Prices for the Hellcat Widebody start at $71,495, plus a $1,700 tax and $1,095 destination fee.