Today at its engineering lab in Center Line, Mich., Mopar celebrated its 75th Anniversary and revealed four custom vehicles – one being this Dodge Dart GTS 210 Tribute. The model will be available this fall as stage kits from the Mopar catalog. If you ever wondered if Dodge will ever do an SRT version of the Dart – well, this is the closest you’ll get to it right now.
Stage 1 of the whole setup includes an appearance package that offers matte-black trim pieces, a lower chin spoiler, side sills, rear spoiler and rear-diffuser panel. A lightweight carbon-fiber hood with large air scoop and 18-inch, 10-spoke forged alloy titanium-colored wheels wrap up the changes on the outside.
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Inside, the red and black theme is carries over. Changes include Ruby Red leather seat fronts, door panels, center armrest and map-pocket inserts. Black accent stitching is used in the seats and armrest, Piano Black trim is used on the shifter bezel, cup holder bezel and the dash-vent bezels. Other changes include red accent stitching, Piano Black accented floating island bezel and a Ruby Red and black leather-wrapped steering wheel with red accent stitching.
Stage 2 is the most interesting and gives the Dodge Dart GTS 210 Tribute performance enhancement with maximizing fuel/air mix and spark advance, with an improved air-flow intake and low back-pressure exhaust. All that allows a bump to 210-hp from 184-hp.
– By: Omar Rana