When Dodge offered up the Super Bee at the Los Angeles Auto show, they provided the consumer with view into Dodge’s musclecar and racing history, but at Detroit this week, they will be asking consumers to be a part of Dodge’s racing history. This soon-to-be Mopar fest of carbon fiber and muscle will come in three iterations of the Charger Redline.
“Since the 1960s, the Mopar Brand has built a long history of adding power and performance to the Dodge Charger – and with the Redline, we Moparized the new Charger with modern-day performance and style while giving a nod to our storied past,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand. “With three kits, Mopar offers a tailored choice for every customer.”
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The Stage One package will boast a carbon fiber splitter up front, carbon fiber door scoops and carbon fiber rear decklid spoiler. This kit will also include a Mopar aluminum shift knob and bespoke instruments. Stage Two is good for a cat-back exhaust, Mopar brake linings, front strut tower brace and brace caps.
Stage Three seems to be for ripping people’s faces off: a race-only spec Gen-III 426 cubic inch Hemi V8 putting out 590 bhp, a 220 bhp upgrade from the Charger R/T. The three kits will come out later this year as will their respective prices.
– By: Sawyer Sutton