The last iterations of the current Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger models will be showcased in Mopar limited editions, wrapping up their production in a celebratory manner.
Stellantis’ Mopar parts division has been producing limited editions of Dodge, Chrysler, and Ram models since 2010. As the production of the present Challenger and Charger models concludes after the 2023 model year, the Mopar ’23 editions will serve as their ceremonial farewell.
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The Mopar ’23 editions, which are based on the Challenger and Charger R/T Scat Pack Widebody models, feature an exclusive Pitch Black Clear Coat color complemented by matte-black and blue tracer stripes, blue brake calipers, and a carbon-fiber rear spoiler.
Unveiling the 2023 Dodge Challenger and 2023 Dodge Charger Mopar ’23 editions
The Mopar ’23 editions also present a Carbon Black finish on the 20-inch wheels, a standard inclusion in the Widebody package. Additionally, they retain the 3.5-inch fender flares, Pirelli P Zero summer tires, and adaptive dampers from the standard Widebody models.
The editions are powered by a 6.4-liter V-8 engine that delivers 485 hp, same as previous models. While the Charger models only offer an 8-speed automatic transmission, the Challengers can be configured with either that transmission or a 6-speed manual.
The interiors are enhanced with carbon-fiber trim and seats upholstered in a fusion of nappa leather and Alcantara. Every car includes a serialized plaque and an owner’s kit, which contains a certificate of authenticity and a rendering of the car from the Mopar design team.
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Production will be confined to 220 units of each model, with 200 designated for the U.S. and 20 for Canada. The additional cost for these special editions is $3,995, excluding the base price of a Challenger or Charger R/T Scat Pack Widebody.
Dodge anticipates beginning production of Mopar ’23 editions in September and commencing deliveries in October, making these among the last models of the current-generation Challenger and Charger. Dodge recently reported that it is now accepting the final orders for both models, with production planned to stop by year’s end to ready the Brampton, Ontario, Canada, plant for electric vehicle (EV) production.
To commemorate the conclusion of the current Challenger and Charger models, Dodge has already unveiled a series of seven unique editions, the Last Call cars, headed by the 1,025-hp Challenger SRT Demon 170. Although the current models are reaching the end of the line, the nameplates are projected to continue as EVs. Dodge has even given a sneak peek of an electric muscle car expected to launch in 2024 with the Charger Daytona concept.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Mopar ’23 Dodge Challenger and Charger editions
What are the Mopar ’23 editions?
The Mopar ’23 editions are the final versions of the current Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger models. They are exclusive limited editions that mark the end of the current production line for these vehicles.
When will the Mopar ’23 editions start production and delivery?
Dodge plans to start production of the Mopar ’23 editions in September and deliver the first cars in October 2023.
What unique features do the Mopar ’23 editions have?
The Mopar ’23 editions feature an exclusive Pitch Black Clear Coat color complemented by matte-black and blue tracer stripes, blue brake calipers, and a carbon-fiber rear spoiler. Inside, they have carbon-fiber trim and seats upholstered in nappa leather and Alcantara.
What is the engine specification for the Mopar ’23 editions?
The Mopar ’23 editions are powered by a 6.4-liter V-8 engine that delivers 485 hp. The Charger models have an 8-speed automatic transmission, while the Challenger models can be equipped with either that transmission or a 6-speed manual.
How many units of the Mopar ’23 editions will be produced?
Production is limited to 220 units of each model, with 200 designated for the U.S. and 20 for Canada.
What is the future of the Dodge Challenger and Charger models?
After the end of production for the current versions, the Challenger and Charger nameplates are expected to continue as electric vehicles (EVs). Dodge has already previewed an electric muscle car due in 2024 with the Charger Daytona concept.
More about Mopar ’23 Dodge Challenger and Charger editions
- Dodge Official Website
- Mopar Official Website
- Stellantis Official Website
- Challenger R/T Scat Pack Widebody Overview
- Charger R/T Scat Pack Widebody Overview
- Dodge’s EV Transition Plan