The Dodge Challenger is a 2 door coupe that seats up to 5 people. It has a standard 305-horsepwer, 3.6 liter V-6 machine that works with a 8 speed mechanical transmission. 4 V-8 engines are also accessible, including a supercharged 6.2 liter V-8 that makes 797 or 717 hp, depending on the model. A 6 model manual transmission is accessible on higher trim levels, and both rear and all-wheel drive versions are provided. Competitors contain the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang.
2019 Dodge challenger new
A latest SRT Hellcat Redeye model debuts with a 797-hp, supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that is matched to the machine in the drag-strip-targeted SRT Demon model. Dodge claims a 203-mph best speed, a 10.8 second quarter-mile a 3.4 second zero to sixty mph time for the Redeye. The SRT Hellcat output is up to ten hp to 717 and specs a new twin-snorkel hood. R/T Scat Pack versions and SRT Hellcat gets an updated launch control system as well as Launch Assist and Line Lock specs.
Other changes to the R/T scat pack contain an aluminum hood with warm extractors, Air Catcher headlights, and performance pages and SRT drive modes.
Additional, the R/7 model gets a performance suspension, revised steering, twenty-inch wheels and shift paddles for the mechanical transmission. There is also a performance handling group for the R/T that is designed to better handling response.
What specs are the most important?
If you want energy, you have come to the best place as the Challenger lineup is packed with top-powered offerings in the type of the Hellcat models. If you want, you can dial up even extra retro cues: A Shaker with a Mopr Shaker hood and chill-air intake, among other specs, is accessible. You can also get a lot of new technology and safety specs, too, like standard Android Auto Smartphone and Standard Apple CarPlay connectivity and accessible forward collision warning.