Better act faster than a Challenger covers the quarter-mile if you want one of these.
Mopar is celebrating a decade of factory-vehicle customization with the unveiling of a special Mopar '19 Challenger. The special edition revolves around the R/T Scat Pack Challenger available with two base color schemes, and both have awesome names.
Customers can go with Pitch Black or White Knuckle and then add custom exterior touches to taste – the boldest of which are Mopar Shakedown graphics that are accented with asymmetrical Mopar Blue center stripes running from the top of the front fascia, around the air scoop, then to the back to the rear decklid spoiler.
There's a heavy retro vibe going on with the Mopar '19 Challenger. The Shaker hood sets the tone and is followed up with small details such as functional hood pins. On the back, the decklid spoiler features a unique Mopar Design badge. The forged aluminum wheels are gilded with Mopar-branded center caps and valve stem caps.
Inside the Mopar '19 Challenger gets cloth racing-style seats with a two-tone Mopar logo embroidered into the seatbacks for what Dodge describes as "a touch of attitude." The inside also gets a custom badge along with premium Berber floor mats and polished door-sill guards with the Challenger logo. Customers also receive an exclusive Owner's Kit that comes with the Challenger's "birth certificate" and a full-color Mopar '19 booklet featuring the vehicle number engraved upon it and a Mopar '19 rendering produced by the Mopar design team.
Naturally, the Mopar '19 Challenger comes with a 392-cubic inch HEMI V8 engine fitted with a Mopar cold air intake. On top of that is a standard six-speed manual transmission and Brembo disc brakes with red calipers. The chassis also gets some treatment with Mopar strut tower braces increasing the structural rigidity of the chassis.
The Mopar '19 Challenger is the 10th limited-edition, Mopar-modified vehicle delivered straight from the factory, with some of the previous Challenger editions pictured below. This limited production run will go to just 100 units - 90 vehicles for the U.S market and 10 vehicles for Canada. Pricing starts at $45,835 with orders opening in September and should begin arriving in dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2019.