Thanks to a custom supercharger kit, the GeigerCars Challenger produces up to 569hp (424kW)
While the base model Dodge Challenger SE comes with a modest 250hp (186kW) V6 engine, GeigerCars declares on its website that this is “totally inadequate”. Even the 375hp (280kW) R/T version and the 425hp (317kW) SRT8 are both a little too lukewarm for the German tuner, which is just as well considering that Geiger had a few 'Kompressorkits' laying around.
Using the powers of forced induction, Geiger takes the SRT8 Challenger and gives it a healthy 569hp (424kW), delivered at 6,300rpm. Meanwhile, almost 500lb-ft (680Nm) of torque will be sent to the massive 22in rear tires, which should help the SRT8 to kick up a little more smoke than it is currently capable of.
To make sure the car sounds as impressive as it will perform, Geiger is also including a stainless steel exhaust system for €1,990 ($2,560) that will ensure a "truly magnificent" sound for the interior passengers and command respect from everyone else on the road.
Meanwhile, stopping power comes from a high-performance braking system priced at €6,644 ($8,550). For the money, Geiger will include six-pot front calipers and four-pot rear calipers, along with sizeable 380mm brake discs up front and 355mm brake discs at the rear. To help the car glide through corners an adjustable H&R suspension system will also be available for an extra €1,529 ($1,967).