IMO, OP has reason to be concerned and ask the question. His main concern would be cracking, not traction (assuming they handle the common sense issues of snow and ice on the road).
Language from Michelin USA and tire vendors like TireRack have adopted language like this applying directly to the PS4S:
From what I can tell, this language was never really used before, just the usual "summer tires don't have good traction in the winter" disclaimers, until this:
So, OP, you take your chances. It all depends on the weather on that day that you move it, and how warm it is where you're storing your Hellcat before the move (and whether you feel "lucky", and that the bad experiences only happen to other people).
Maybe run a heater in your garage prior to the roll out if your ambient temps are getting into the concerning area. I would expect PS4S to be less vulnerable than even more hardcore tires. Maybe you'll be lucky and it's 50F and sunny.