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Mopar ’10 Dodge Challenger unveiled

by David Zatz on

Dodge has unveiled the Mopar ’10 Dodge Challenger, a 2010 Dodge Challenger with numerous added touches to evoke the original Challenger, including a T-shift handle for the automatic and pistol-grip for the manual, a new performance steering wheel, quarter-glass Mopar logos, and seats with detailed stitching and clear Mopar ’10 labelling.

More to the point, the 5.7 liter Hemi engine will have an R/T style hood that directs fresh air into the new cold air intake, and standard front and rear powder-coated strut-tower braces; it will come with the Super Track Pack suspension.

Pietro Gorlier, Mopar CEO, and Ralph Gilles, Dodge CEO, introduced the Mopar ’10 Challenger in a national media webcast.

500 of the special Challengers will be sold in the U.S. and Canada only, with a list price of $38,000 for an automatic and $39,000 for a manual, including destination. They include an owner kit with a certificate listing the VIN, build date, and build number; a limited-edition sketch signed by exterior designer Mark Trostle; a book that highlights the vehicle build; and Mopar ’10 merchandise.

For more details, a full size photo, and more performance, appearance, and ordering information, see our Mopar ’10 Challenger page.

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