Yup traded my 2019 in on this one.....LOL . Ordered exact same White with red leather and 6 speed I think i have OCD...lol
This one also has the carbon stripes! Was just done in the factory before being sent off to Detroit......to get rims installed! New for 2020 from 2019 are the new Hellcat logo, New black 20x11 rims and stitching around dash...and oh yea they have black mesh now in the snorkels to match the grill !!!
Getting car sooner than i thought....have to get flatbed with this crappy weather here in Canada...LOL Oh well bright side Ill be good to go in the spring
Love that combo!!! Congrats and can't wait to see pics.
I was looking for the same mix of colors but with black hood and could not find it in a '19 leftover. Love the red interior with the white paint job. I have stripes on my car and really like them on the snorkel hood.
Speaking from experience... make sure the car is washed and sprayed off thoroughly >>> underneath <<<.
Including / especially the aluminum parts. I had to remove the plastic belly pan to wash the corrosion off... and then used a pressure washer to spray the oil pan and transmission - which had a lot of surface corrosion on the aluminum. Same with the aluminum differential case. That plastic belly pan clearly had a salty, crystalized residue all over the top/engine side of that panel. Removing any mystery about what had happened.
I also had to clean the top of the engine, which had some aluminum corrosion and a dull white coating on some of the rubber parts - such as the rubber intake hose to the airbox. Everything cleaned up, but it was a hassle. Soap and water was all that I used... plus Armor All on the rubber parts.
I pulled all the wheels and cleaned everything up, just to prevent any unnecessary corrosion on the back of the wheels or the brakes. The whole car must have gotten completely coated. :/
That road spray from the winter transporter ride to the dealership will corrode the Hell out of everything. Especially if the road spray sits on there for a while. Even the stainless steel exhaust pipes were corroding... 3M scrub pads cleaned them pretty easily.
There were plenty of iron parts and bolts that rusted... so I knocked the rust off with a wire brush or scrub pad, and then wiped on WD40 to protect the metal.
Fortunately... your car can be cleaned up right away, and won't sit on the lot corroding like some sort of science experiment. A good pressure washing will probably do the trick.