The Mopar ’10 Challenger is the first official special-edition Mopar version of a model from the Chrysler Group.
The car is powered by the 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine, and features a hood-venting system, a cold-air intake, a front strut-tower brace with shock caps, and a unique engine cover.
Under the decklid is a rear strut-tower brace that stiffens the chassis and improves handling characteristics of the car.
Set to be built in 500 units, the special-edition Challenger will be available in Brilliant Black with a choice of three accent colors: Mopar Blue, Red or Silver. Accent colors will appear on side stripes as well as in the stitching on the steering wheel and seats.
Exterior features include 20-inch forged heritage gloss-black wheels, black-chromed grille surround, and a functional, vented T/A-style hood with vintage hood pins. Mopar logos and graphics are prominent on the front fascia, hood, hood-pin caps, body-side stripes, windows and on the chromed fuel door. A special Mopar ’10 car cover also comes with the vehicle.
Interior features include Katzkin leather seating, custom leather-wrapped steering wheel with baseball-style stitching, Mopar shift handles (T-handle for automatics, Pistol Grip for manuals), a serialized dash plaque with Mopar ’10 logo and Mopar branding throughout.
Every customer who purchases a Mopar ’10 will receive a special owner kit that includes a certificate with the vehicle identification number (VIN), date of build completion, and build number.
The kit also includes a limited-edition sketch of the vehicle signed by Chrysler Group design chief Mark Trostle, a book that highlights the special vehicle build, and Mopar ’10 merchandise.
The Mopar ’10 Challenger is already available for pre-order, and will go on sale next month with prices starting at $38,000.