2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Redline

2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Redline

The 2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Redline expands on Challenger Rallye Redline from last year. The special-edition Challenger has a one-of-a-kind appearance, 375-horsepower Hemi V8, and performance-tuned suspension.

Challenger Redline Styling

Redline has a Redline Red and Graphite stripe running from behind the front wheel arches to the rear end, with “Redline” in red on the rear-quarter portion of the stripe. The four available body colors include Billet Silver, Granite Crystal, Bright White, and Pitch Black. Black chrome 20-inch wheels with a Redline Red lip are standard.

Challenger Redline in granite crystal rendering

A Dark Slate Gray interior with either Dark Slate Gray (R/T) or Nappa leather in Radar Red or Dark Slate Gray (R/T Plus) performance seats are available. Automatic-transmission models have bright pedals, Mopar® T-Handle shifter, and remote start.

Dodge Challenger R/T Performance

Challenger Redline boasts the 375-horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V8, outputting 410-lb.-ft. of torque; the highway gas mileage rating is 25 mpg. The cold-air-induction Hemi is paired with a Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission. Its zero-to-60 time is in the low five-second range.

A five-speed automatic transmission is also available but with the 372-horsepower, 400-lb.-ft. torque, 5.7-liter Hemi V8. This version has economy mode and paddle shifters with “sport mode.”

Redline wheel

An available Super Track Pak adds Goodyear Eagle F1 P245/45R20 three-season performance tires, lowered ride height, and high-performance brake linings.

Challenger Redline includes all the standard features of the 2013 Challenger R/T, including Uconnect, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, R/T grille and Hemi hood badges, and rear body-color deck-lid spoiler.

The Redline Group is already available for ordering and arrives at dealerships in April. Challenger R/Ts equipped with the package have an MSRP of $31,990; R/T Plus models are $33,990 (both excluding $995 destination charge).

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