West Coast Customs (WCC) is known for building some of the most outlandish aftermarket builds out there. You might remember some of their crazy builds during the first four seasons of MTV’s “Pimp My Ride” or maybe one of their many questionable one-off builds for various celebrities.
But over the past couple of years, WCC has been creating some very interesting widebody kits for the current Dodge portfolio. Thanks to the creative mind of WCC Head Designer Musa Tjahjono, WCC has adjusted its tone from the outrageous to some stunning new products. With that being said, their Dodge Charger widebody kit might be one of the best-looking widebody kits on the market right now.
The 14-piece widebody kit covers all sides of the four-door muscle car, for those Chargers utilizing the OEM non-Widebody SRT styling. WCC designed the kit to give the Charger a much more aggressive tone, without interrupting the car’s design aesthetic.
From the front of the vehicle, the first thing you will notice is the addition of a lower front lip aero kit. The lip aero kit was designed to enhance the original body lines of the front of the car and allows the Charger to retain its OEM fog light housings (if equipped).
Looking at the sides of the vehicle, the widebody kit adds fender flares that offer a much thinner profile over the OEM widebody cars and many other aftermarket kits. The fenders flares have been designed to kit the car’s side marker lights inside the flare as well, giving the car a much cleaner appearance.
There is also a set of side skirts that help tie the fenders into the rest of the car.
The WCC kit also includes a much more aggressive rear diffuser for the rear of the vehicle. This car features the rear diffuser painted in the car’s OEM body color, which gives the Charger a cleaner but more upscale look when compared to a stock vehicle.
This IndiGo Blue-painted 2021 Dodge Charger Scat Pack help showcase the WCC widebody kit with the following enhancement:
- 22-Inch x 12-Inch Savini SV-F4 wheels wrapped in 325/25/R22
- A Custom WCC x Dodge Badge
- KW Fully-Adjustable Coilover Suspension
- Magnaflow Valved Exhaust System
- Satin Paint Protection Film by Llumar
Now, don’t be fooled. With those premium looks comes a premium price. Keep in mind, there are a lot cheaper options out there, but many of them have questionable fitment issues with either massive gaps or faux “bolt-on” looks.
Nevertheless, the WCC kit will set you back $6,650.00. So if your pockets are deep enough, the WCC kit is sure to keep people turning their heads twice to check out your Charger.
To order a kit, you can simply go over to the West Coast Customs website to do so.