Mopar Unveils 2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak

2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak

2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak

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Want a little Dodge Viper in your Challenger? Well, Mopar (Chrysler's performance division) has obliged.

If you have almost $90K ($85,512 to be exact) you can get the 2011 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak, which has a Viper V-10 under the hood. The 8.4-liter V-10 isn't exactly the same as the engine in the outgoing Viper, but it's pretty similar. Exact power numbers aren't available.

Other drag-strip goodies include a solid rear axle, a fuel cell, upgraded rear-end gears, an interior gauge package, and a two-speed automatic transmission that is race-prepped.

Options are limited to a Competition Package (eight-point roll cage, six-point safety harness, and mesh-window net), a Mopar logo body wrap, and a choice of exterior paint colors.

If you want one of these race-ready Challengers, you'd better act fast--only 70 will be built. Production won't start until 2011, but is taking orders now.

[Motor Authority, Car And Driver]

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Comments (4)
  1. right a limited edition V10 challenger that nobody can afford thats smart

  2. It's a car aimed at drag-racers. It's not meant to be driven on the street.

  3. Hi guys , i went to two dealerships in Atlanta area for checking the new cars. What is the big news I got from the dealers is , in 2011 challenger also come with 4 door sedan. The new challenger is little bit short and more sportier than the previous model. The company aiming more sales ( such as families ) with the sedan models . The coupe version is cost around $2000 more than the sedan. The new challenger is expecting to hit showrooms in 2011 January .

  4. i think you are talking abouth the Dodge Charger the Challenger onlt comes in 2 doors

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