While the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 has gotten most of the attention lately, that doesn't mean that the R/T trim has been forgotten.

Slotted as the mid-level trim between the V-6 powered SE and the top-line SRT8 392, the R/T doesn't change much from 2010, but there are subtle differences. The engine still makes 376 horsepower with the 6-speed manual transmission and 372 with the 5-speed automatic, but there are suspension tweaks and electric power steering.

The suspension tweaks include improved front- and rear-camber geometry along with larger diameter front- and rear-stabilizer bars.

The styling is tweaked as well, with a restyled trapezoidal front air dam and larger front spoiler. The interior is updated as well, featuring a new three-spoke steering wheel, upgraded seats, a new gauge cluster, and improved rear-seat access.

A new "Green With Envy" paint job is also available on both the R/T and SRT8 392. Opt for this paint job, and you'll get A-line body stripes (either standard black or optional white), 20-inch aluminum wheels, Nappa leather seats and center console, and Green With Envy accent stitching. Opting to go green will cost you $35,785 on the R/T and $44,875 on the SRT8 392, including the $825 destination charge.

The 2011 Dodge Challenger R/T starts at $29,670, not including the $825 destination fee.

[Motor Authority]