Dodge Challenger Krampus Edition Makes Demon Look Refined

Dodge recently presented the potent Challenger SRT Demon to the world and beyond its performance modifications, it differs from all other Challengers before it thanks to the flared arches and wider tires.

Evidently, one Challenger owner who was pictured in the U.S. by a Reddit user doesn’t think the Demon is special enough and has outfitted what looks like a stock SRT8 with a set of rear wheels so fat, it almost looks un-driveable.

The tires themselves appear to be at least 300 mm wide, but what is strange is that rather than modifying the muscle car’s inner guards and arches to get them to fit, they appear to have been complemented by spaces so wide that most of the wheel isn’t even enclosed by the arch.

When looking at this Challenger, all you can do is ask yourself why any owner could possibly think this looks good or is in anyway functional. We don’t have an answer.

Sure, we’re all for aftermarket widebody kits that complement fat wheels and tires, but this is just ridiculous.

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  • TB

    Sorry…but that’s just Effing Stupid…

    • Six Thousand Times

      Not a lot more stupid than the factory models.

  • Kash

    It could be a shop working on something for SEMA.

  • TrevP

    Am I trippin’?

  • CarCzarDesigner

    Take the M out of KRAMP and the whole picture comes together.

    • Matt Johnson

      Result: KRAP, perfect match.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    Beat that!

    (How many get the reference?)

    • Ariel Torres

      Still have some of those Hot wheels with me to this day

  • Six_Tymes

    stupid, if real or not.

  • John Smith

    Hilarious.

  • Tex

    What an eyesore.

  • Spyderdrifter

    That’s just beyond stupid, and illegal just about anywhere. Hopefully this idiot learns a lesson through his local police department about how to keep his Challenger from looking like a riced out Honda…

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