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Dodge may have rolled out all of its Last Call special editions, but the brand still isn't done with the Charger and Challenger despite having under two weeks left before order books close. As the dreaded deadline looms, the muscle cars gain new '23 Mopar special editions, which are based on the R/T Scat Pack Widebody. It's likely that these new special edition models will be the last for both the Charger and Challenger.


The Charger and Challenger Mopar editions are finished in Pitch Black Clear Coat exteriors, paired with matte black stripes on the hood, roof, and trunk lid that are lined with Mopar Blue accents. The Mopar theme continues with exclusive badging on the grille, along with Mopar valve stem caps and 20-inch Carbon Black forged aluminum wheels equipped with Pirelli P Zero tires. Additional exterior upgrades include a carbon fiber rear spoiler and blue brake calipers.



The vast upgrades continue inside, though Dodge curiously didn't provide any images of the cabin. According to the automaker, the Mopar edition models add carbon fiber trim, a suede headliner, premium stitching on the dashboard, brightened pedals, and the Alpine Audio Group sound package. The front seats are both heated and ventilated, and they consist of Nappa leather and Alcantara. The steering wheel is also heated, and features a power tilting and telescoping steering column. The Mopar Interior Appearance Group package comes standard as well, adding premium floor mats, a trunk mat, and brightened sill plates for the doors. Last but not least, the Mopar speical editions will feature interior badges that indicate their unique serial number.


Dodge didn't go light on mechanics either, with both the Charger and Challenger Mopar featuring the brand's powerful 6.4 liter HEMI V8 making 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque. Both models feature a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, though a more conventional eight-speed automatic is also available. The suspension is tuned by SRT, featuring three-mode adaptive dampers, and there's also a Brembo braking system that includes six-piston front calipers and four-piston rear calipers.


Out of the 440 Mopar editions being made in total (220 Chargers and 220 Challengers), 200 of those units are headed for America, while the remaining 20 will be available for Canadian buyers. Deliveries will begin in October of 2023, with the lucky owners receiving a "personalized metal certificate of authenticity with serialized vehicle-build number and a special rendering of the vehicle by the Mopar design team."


The Mopar special edition package tacks on an additional $3,995 to the original price of the R/T Scat Pack Widebody on which it is based. This means the Mopar ‘23 Challenger will likely begin at $57,255 without any additional fees, and the Mopar ‘23 Charger should open up at around $60,320.


Would you buy a Mopar edition instead of one of the Last Call specials?

Image Credits: Dodge
Performance
Jul 25, 2023
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Dodge Charger And Challenger Mopar Editions Arrive For One Last Hurrah

These may be the final special editions before the muscle cars end production in December.

Dodge may have rolled out all of its Last Call special editions, but the brand still isn't done with the Charger and Challenger despite having under two weeks left before order books close. As the dreaded deadline looms, the muscle cars gain new '23 Mopar special editions, which are based on the R/T Scat Pack Widebody. It's likely that these new special edition models will be the last for both the Charger and Challenger.


The Charger and Challenger Mopar editions are finished in Pitch Black Clear Coat exteriors, paired with matte black stripes on the hood, roof, and trunk lid that are lined with Mopar Blue accents. The Mopar theme continues with exclusive badging on the grille, along with Mopar valve stem caps and 20-inch Carbon Black forged aluminum wheels equipped with Pirelli P Zero tires. Additional exterior upgrades include a carbon fiber rear spoiler and blue brake calipers.



The vast upgrades continue inside, though Dodge curiously didn't provide any images of the cabin. According to the automaker, the Mopar edition models add carbon fiber trim, a suede headliner, premium stitching on the dashboard, brightened pedals, and the Alpine Audio Group sound package. The front seats are both heated and ventilated, and they consist of Nappa leather and Alcantara. The steering wheel is also heated, and features a power tilting and telescoping steering column. The Mopar Interior Appearance Group package comes standard as well, adding premium floor mats, a trunk mat, and brightened sill plates for the doors. Last but not least, the Mopar speical editions will feature interior badges that indicate their unique serial number.


Dodge didn't go light on mechanics either, with both the Charger and Challenger Mopar featuring the brand's powerful 6.4 liter HEMI V8 making 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque. Both models feature a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, though a more conventional eight-speed automatic is also available. The suspension is tuned by SRT, featuring three-mode adaptive dampers, and there's also a Brembo braking system that includes six-piston front calipers and four-piston rear calipers.


Out of the 440 Mopar editions being made in total (220 Chargers and 220 Challengers), 200 of those units are headed for America, while the remaining 20 will be available for Canadian buyers. Deliveries will begin in October of 2023, with the lucky owners receiving a "personalized metal certificate of authenticity with serialized vehicle-build number and a special rendering of the vehicle by the Mopar design team."


The Mopar special edition package tacks on an additional $3,995 to the original price of the R/T Scat Pack Widebody on which it is based. This means the Mopar ‘23 Challenger will likely begin at $57,255 without any additional fees, and the Mopar ‘23 Charger should open up at around $60,320.


Would you buy a Mopar edition instead of one of the Last Call specials?

Image Credits: Dodge

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