Like Ford's flotilla of concepts, seemingly dozens of Dodges will be making the SEMA show this year as well. Its muscle-car stance a ready platform for modification, the Challenger is first among them, and the Classic Design Concepts Group 2 widebody kit will certainly catch its share of attention even among the crowd.

Starting with a black Challenger SRT8, the team at Classic Design Concepts (CDC) added a Vortec supercharger that bumps output by about 32% to 560hp (418kW), an adjustable KW coil-over suspension, Pypes Performance cat-back exhaust system and a Baer big brake kit.

To make the widebody effect the rear fenders are flared, offering extra room for wheels - measuring a huge 20x10" up front, and 20x11.5" out back. The grille is replaced with a stainless mesh wire unit, aerodynamic canards are added up front, custom CDC sequential tail lights at the back, and finishing off the exterior mods is a custom shaker-style hood.

Joining the all-black monster will be a mostly-white version with different wheels. Both cars will be on display this week at the 2008 SEMA show in Las Vegas.