LAST CALL UNDERHOOD PLAQUES
To commemorate the last production year of the Dodge Charger, these special edition builds will come with a ‘Last Call’ plaque that showcases the vehicle’s silhouette, where it was built and a stamp to pay tribute to the final year of this legendary muscle car.
KING DAYTONA SPECIAL EDITION
Pays homage to the 1969 Charger King Daytona that ruled the streets and the drag strip. This rare Redeye Widebody features a bump in horsepower to 807, Go Mango exterior paint and unique interior & graphics package to let everyone know the King has returned!
SUPER BEE SPECIAL EDITION
Resurfacing a few times over the years, the Super Bee is back and it's bigger and badder than ever before. The highest performance Charger Super Bee ever produced will be hitting the streets this year, now available in both standard and widebody with performance upgrades to both, including drag radials and drag mode.
SWINGER SPECIAL EDITION
As an ode to the 70s, this build is styled with a retro-themed appearance package on the Charger Scat Pack Widebody, tipping its cap to the original Dodge high performance Swinger models.
345 R/T FENDER BADGE
For the final production year, Dodge Charger R/T models will come standard with a chrome ‘345’ badge to replace the original ‘HEMI’ fender badges. ‘345’ Is the cubic inch designator on the 5.7L HEMI® V8 engine. These models will display one final nod back to the heritage of this legendary V8 engine. The bright badge comes standard on the R/T while the black badge finish is available with the Blacktop® Package.
BLACKTOP® SPECIAL EDITION
The available Blacktop® Special Edition Package comes standard with blacked-out exterior badges and carbon fiber interior accents. To take it up a notch, RWD models flaunt performance upgrades, including a high performance suspension and the Performance Handling Group.