Bye-Bye Hellcat, But Before You Go Have a Jailbreak Model

Jailbreak Hellcat

Sadly the Dodge brand will be ending its Hellcat run in 2021 but it will not go quietly into the night. Dodge will be pulling out all the stops for its new Jailbreak models for all 2022 Dodge Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebodies.  The Jailbreak models will be all about personalization and will unlock color-combination ordering restrictions and add new factory-custom options to deliver enthusiasts the freedom to create a Dodge performance vehicle that perfectly fits their individual style, almost reminiscent of the Mopars of the early 70’s.

Jailbreak models are the next step in Dodge’s two-year Never Lift campaign, which will launch a variety of new Dodge models and initiatives. To view the Dodge Never Lift 24 Months of Muscle calendar, visit

“Roughly half of all Dodge customers modify their vehicles,” said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge Brand Chief Executive Officer – Stellantis. “For those looking for increased performance, we will launch Direct Connection next month. But for those looking for a unique appearance, we are going to let customers run free through the styling archives. We’re taking most of the parts and pieces we’ve used over the years, adding a few new ones and letting customers build their own ‘One of One.’ So, if you’re dreaming about owning a Stinger Yellow Challenger with Brass Monkey wheels, Hammerhead Grey seats, blue Brembos and red badges, I’m not sure we should, but we’ll build it for you.”

The Jailbreak model for the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody lets option combinations run wild in more than 20 categories, including seven options for seats, stripes and wheels; six brake caliper color options; five exterior badging finishes; four choices each of steering wheels; seat belt colors and floor mats; and much more.

In addition to unlocking previously restricted color combinations, Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak also unleashes new Jailbreak-exclusive content options, including:
Hammerhead Grey Laguna leather seats
Hammerhead Grey floor mat accents
Hammerhead Grey, sepia and Demonic Red seat belts
Leather steering wheel and Alcantara steering wheel options, with white SRT logo
Copper Weaver carbon fiber bezel finish
Decklid stripe and Widebody side stripe
Brass Monkey, Satin Chrome and red exterior badging finish
Chrome fuel door finish
Blue and yellow brake calipers
20-by-11-inch Warp Speed Satin Carbon and lightweight Low Gloss Granite wheels

4 Comments on Bye-Bye Hellcat, But Before You Go Have a Jailbreak Model

  1. Why end the line ????? Americans will change out who is in power and get back to normal. This EV stuff can’t do everything that the internal combustion engine. If you give in your a socialist also, get some BALLS.

  2. I think this is great because it reminds me of the “old school Daze” of cars
    from the factories that came out the way customers wanted and liked! this
    is anew way to attract younger and Generation Z followers to high performance
    cars! thus keep the “Hot Rod” spirit alive and well! Just make it afford-

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