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Mopar Performance Appearance Package For 2010 Dodge Challenger

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Just in time to kick off the new year, Mopar has unveiled a new look for the Dodge Challenger with its Performance Appearance Package. In great muscle-car tradition, the appearance-only effects make the car look faster without adding any actual speed.

Not that the Challenger is in any way lacking in R/T or SRT8 trims--in fact it's one of the most fun cars on the road. Check out our review of a week's stay with the R/T model for more details on that front.

Most people probably wouldn't think the Challenger is lacking anything in aggressive looks, either. But Mopar decided it needed a little something more, and the Performance Appearance Package was born.

“We worked closely with Mopar to further enhance the appearance of Dodge’s modern-day muscle machine,” said Ralph Gilles, head of the new Dodge Car brand. “Our additional design cues effectively communicate the vehicle’s world-class handling, performance and cutting-edge technology.”

So what exactly do you get with this $1,995 factory package? A body-colored hood with scoop, body-color rearl "Go-Wing" spoiler and strobe stripe performance graphics. Another $945 gets you an interior package that includes a Mopar-branded T-handle shifter, bright pedal kit, bright door sills, premium mats and a car cover to keep it minty fresh. These packages are only available on SE (six-cylinder) and R/T models.

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  1. I dont see how making the car look better is a bad thing. The big scoop that does nothing might be embarrassing but the rest just makes the car look better.
    I never understood why people have such a problem with cosmetic things. If everything has to be functional then maybe every car that doesnt have performance suspension should go back to 14" recycled metal rims since those 17" alloy wheels sure arent being functional.
     
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  2. The New Look of Dodge Challenger for new years, sounds good. Hope Dodge Challenger Lover will accept this change.
     
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