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With Dodge releasing the Dodge Hornet as the first model to begin its eMuscle campaign, consumers are clamoring to grab the last of the last units for the current generation of gasoline-powered muscle cars. What once seemed like a one-off with the "Last Call" Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger models, it seemed like Dodge wasn’t ready to let go, and set out another “Last Call” for HEMI®-powered 2023 Dodge Challenger and Charger muscle cars. It would seem that Stellantis subsidiary is also getting in on the end of an era with a duet of two matching performance vehicles – Mopar ‘23 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger special-edition models.
This is a first for the long-standing, factory-vehicle customization program, but it’s a well welcome for the end of the Dodge Challenger and Charger models. Going for high performance and style, the Mopar ‘23 Challenger and Charger builds are built off of the Challenger and Charger R/T Scat Pack Widebody vehicles. With changing coming to each, featuring unique, performance-oriented looks inside and out, consumers can expect something fantastic to send off the muscle cars once and for all. It all starts with the power of the Scat Pack, 392 HEMI® V8 under the hood, able to generate a best-in-class 485 naturally aspirated horsepower. The standard setup comes with a Tremec 6-speed manual for the Mopar ‘23 Challenger, and a TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission on the Charger model (available for the Challenger). Additional performance changes include suspension with Bilstein three-mode adaptive damping tuned by SRT engineers for maximum grip and control, plus Brembo six-piston front brake calipers (four-piston rear) for impressive stopping power, painted in exclusive Mopar Blue.
“Our iconic two-door and four-door muscle cars from Dodge are perfect vehicles to continue our annual tradition of offering exclusive, performance-oriented, low-volume packages of quality-tested, factory-backed performance parts and accessories from the Mopar Custom Shop…With striking matte black and Mopar Blue accents, both Mopar ‘23 models will turn heads and be sought after by performance enthusiasts and collectors alike.” - Mike Koval, head of Mopar North America
The styling also gets an upgrade with unique matte-black graphics and Mopar Blue tracer stripes along the hood, roof and decklid. Matched with a Mopar Blue grille badge, Mopar Blue brake calipers behind forged carbon-black wheels, and Mopar valve stem caps, it’s all set off with a Pitch Black Clear Coat for the paint job. For the Mopar ‘23 models, an exclusive all-new carbon-fiber decklid spoiler is being added to the rear for the first time. Riding on 20-by-11-inch forged-aluminum wheels with exclusive Carbon Black finish, wrapped in Pirelli P Zero 305/35ZR20 summer performance tires, the exterior gets a finishing touch with the classic Widebody fender flares, adding 3.5 inches of width to the body.
Inside, the Carbon Suede Interior Package is added to include real carbon fiber interior accents and suede headliner for upscale looks and comfort. Also joining the Mopar ‘23 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger special-edition models is the Plus Package, adding Scat Pack logos on backs of black Nappa/Alcantara material combination seats; a heated, flat-bottom and leather-wrapped steering wheel with a Power tilt/telescoping steering column; heated and ventilated front seats, bright pedals, Mopar locking lug nuts, and a premium stitched dashboard panel to outline the serialized Mopar instrument-panel badge. The beats get an upgrade with the Alpine Audio Group, an addition of six upgraded speaker and a subwoofer.
Each buyer gets a Mopar ’23 owner kit that features a custom-made, personalized metal certificate of authenticity with serialized vehicle-build number. There’s also a special rendering of the vehicle in there by the Mopar design team. With production limited to 220 units of each model (200 vehicles for the U.S. market and 20 vehicles for Canada), this is actually being released as a special edition package, with a starting MSRP of $3,995 on top of the Scat Pack Widebody model. Unlike the Dodge Viper, we don’t foresee this Challenger coming back any time soon. The Charger Daytona SRT BEV Concept is another story. Follow along with us on NowCar social media.