German-styled Dodge Challenger is pure class.
The Dodge Challenger is more of a time capsule than an actual modern sports car and in its more powerful trims is a true blue American muscle car. Now, these machines, along with cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang are all about the go and show. For most buyers, the show is just as important as how fast they can bolt in a straight line. The aftermarket is stuffed to the gills with body kits and other parts for the Dodge Challenger, so making your one stand out should be as easy as hopping on the internet and ordering some parts.
But what if you own a Challenger in Europe? The good news is that tuner NAP Sportauspuff Manufaktur has created a pretty rad-looking body kit for the Challenger which is based on the Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack.
NAP Sportauspuff Manufaktur specialized in the manufacturing of high-quality performance exhaust systems, but have decided to try its hand at the exterior styling game. This kit not only adds a widebody package but also focuses on the interior of the car. So first off, the exterior gets some subtle touches that highlight the muscular looks of the Challenger instead of trying to reinvent it. The lightweight fiber composite parts include a front spoiler, flared wheel arches, side skirts, a tasteful rear lip spoiler, and a rear diffuser.
The carbon diffuser houses twin double exit exhaust pipes that have been specially made for this setup and come with electronically controlled valves to adjust that 5.7-liter Hemi's sound from a mere burble to a full-on assault on the senses.
The exterior styling is rounded off by a set of 22-inch Y-spoke HF2 wheels developed with Vossen and finished in bronze. The wheels are wrapped in 305/25R22 size Continental Sport Contact 6 rubber, and the car has been lowered by 1.6 inches. The interior also gets a good seeing too: the cabin gets wrapped in beige Nappa leather, dark grey Alcantara, and carbon fiber for a genuinely classy finished product.
The seats feature a quilted pattern with white stitching, and there's also a set of custom floor mats and an Alcantara headliner in play. The Europeans sure know how to make an American muscle car look good.