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Furious Fuchsia Challengers Celebrate 40 years of Dodge Performance


Furious Fuscia Challenger

Furious Fuscia Challenger

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At this years Chicago Auto Show Dodge will unveil two limited production 2010 Dodge Challengers adorned in Furious Fuchsia to celebrate 40 years of Dodge muscle-car performance.  The new high-impact color Furious Fuchsia is Dodge's answer to enthusiasts and customers who yearned for another wild color.  The pair of Furious Fuchsia Challengers include an R/T and SRT8 model with specific options for each.

The 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T in Furious Fuchsia includes all-new pearl white performance seats as an option and bright white or matte black dual a-line body side R/T stripes.  Completing the throwback look are special "Challenger" fender badges in classic script.  Other goodies for R/T model include 20-inch polished aluminum heritage wheels, classic egg-crate grille with heritage "R/T" badge, body color rear spoiler, functional hood scoop and bright racing style fuel door.  On the inside the new optional white leather seats are accented with Dark Slate Gray and Furious Fuchsia French-seamed stitching.  Dark Slate Gray leather performance seats with Furious Fuchsia accent stitching are standard.  Also the R/T model includes the Track Pak, anti-spin 3.92 diff and a performance tuned dual exhaust system.  MSRP for the R/T model is $35,140 which includes destination and delivery.

The 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 in Furious Fuchsia will be limited to just 400 units with standard equipment like the all-new Pearl White leather SRT performance seats with Furious Fuchsia accented stripe, 20-inch SRT forged-aluminum wheels, serialized dash plaque and retr-inspired chrome quad-exhaust tips.  MSRP for the SRT8 model will be $45,150 and it includes destination and delivery.

For more details on both of these new Furious Fuchsia Challengers check below.

Press Release:

Auburn Hills, Mich., Feb 8, 2010 - Two of the wildest and rarest 2010 Dodge Challenger models will soon be available to Dodge fans and collectors to commemorate 40 years of Dodge Challenger performance; the 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic and Challenger SRT8 Furious Fuchsia editions. With its Furious Fuchsia Pearl Coat exterior paint and all-new Pearl White leather performance seats, these limited-edition Dodge Challenger models deliver the best of modern American muscle-car characteristics-unmistakable design, world-class handling, powerful HEMI V-8 engines and technology-now in one of the most significant hues.

"Commemorating four decades of Challenger performance, the new R/T Classic and SRT8 Furious Fuchsia editions modernize one of the most memorable hues from 1970 to create a modern muscle-car that exudes more performance, passion and even more nostalgia," said Ralph Gilles, President and Chief Executive Officer, Dodge Car Brand and Senior Vice President-Product Design, Chrysler Group LLC. "As an ode to our Dodge fans, these highly collectible models feature all-new Pearl White leather performance seats with Furious Fuchsia accents to deliver a customized, yet contemporary look to the heritage-inspired interior. Sum it all up, and Dodge is delivering a muscle-car tribute that no other manufacturer can even match."

The U.S. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the new 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic in Furious Fuchsia Pearl Coat is $35,140, while the high-performance SRT8 model is $45,150 (both prices include $725 destination). Both Furious Fuchsia editions will be available for order at Dodge dealerships nationwide in March.


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Comments (7)
  1. wow! panther pink is back! can sublime green be far behind?
    the new challenger is the best new musclecar on the market today.
    much,much better looking than the long-in-the -tooth mustang,and quality problem filled new camaro!
     
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  2. Man, I hate the name for this color...use Panther Pink!
    I love how Dodge puts retro and gutsy colors on cars.
     
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  3. Im with you Merc...call it what it is..."Panther Pink". Sigh....how much longer will I have to wait for "sublime Green"...ARGH! Told the dealer last weekend I'm not buying until I can get the COLOR I want...then ill order a Challenger R/T classic in that color.....now if we could only get TAN interior instead of dark charcoal only...sheesh!
     
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  4. yea i was hopimg for sublime green too : was going to get hemi orange but they obslete it and damn i hate the vertification
     
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  5. it does look better than plum crazy but ...... sublme green is the choice
     
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  6. Color is nice, but if it takes as long to get one as Plum Crazy does you will be better off getting one painted yourself. If you order now might get next year. Chryler & Dodge delivery stinks big time!!
     
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  7. Hey Where is the "SUBLIME" gree color from 1970 Not the dark green from 1971 the nice lookin bright green It was almost day-glo but it was a pretty color
     
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