As someone who is planning on purchasing in the next few months, I was only looking at TA 392’s because of the sheer amount of Scat Packs out there. The new Widebody has put me back in the hunt for a Scatty. Decisions decisions...
If you want to be in something more rarely seen?
You might want to stick to your original plan. The TA is going away. So what is out there now is probably about all there ever will be.
As to the new Scat Pack?
What has caught your eye.......is gonna catch a lot of eyes and make for a CRAP LOAD of sales.
I'm betting this one model is going to be even MORE popular than the current really popular Sact Pack.
It's a car that looks the part almost exactly of the HELL CAT...and there a lot of people who buy it on that one thought alone.
Dodge sells it's Hell Cat, Demon and now the 797 ...what'd he call it? "Red eye"...... (stupid name but that's a whole other discussion)......as HALO Cars......too expensive and over the top really to ever be considered a value in the segment but still well worth it for Chrysler to build anyway.
For proof of that last statement I'd point to his statistics quoted in the video about having grown sales by 70% since the Challenger was reintroduced in 2008.
Dodge is selling a bunch more Challengers now than in those first years between 2008 and 2014.
I'd argue what's behind the bigger sales numbers growth a Chrysler is all about the HELL CAT and it's ability as a Halo Car to change the public perception of the Challenger as a GOOD LOOKING car but something of a DOG LAZY performer next to the Pony cars from Ford and Chevy.
In other threads people have noted the idea of so very many more '15 and up Challengers on the road vs the '08-14...... that's probably not just perception and it's no coincidence that a leap forward in sales happened in the year the Hell Cat was first introduced.