Which one? Between a Challenger R/T Scat Pack, Hellcat or Redeye? Widebody safest or not? Here is what I have found out so far: The Hellcat and Redeye (8spd. automatic) may be just too much power to handle on a public street for regular daily driving. Getting that power to the ground can be deadly depending on how you apply it. If it rains you better be extra extra careful and if it snows? Unless snow tires are available depending on the model of Challenger? Even when dry the Redeye and Hellcat can break loose and at freeway speeds 717 horses and 797 horses. Will the widebody option make a difference on the Hellcat and the Redeye and keep them planted from spinning out? Remember this the car will not be tracked but driven on public roads. Or? Would it be safer (cost a lot less too in purchase price, insurance maybe reliability since there is no super charger) to go with a R/T Scat Pack 392 (best bang for the buck). Then if a R/T Scat Pack 392 engine with 485 horses should it be the widebody option or not? As you all know the Scat Pack in wide body comes with the Hellcat hood. The regular Scat Pack you can get with the hood scoop which is much more cosmetic and pleasing to my eye. I believe both hoods are functional for air release and induction but cosmetically that hood scoop looks so much better to me but then you don't get the extra traction that the widebody offers with wider tires, adaptive suspension and anything else I might have missed included in the widebody option vs. standard body? So many choices that the Challenger has to offer can get a bit confusing.