Dodge will use the New York International Auto Show to formally introduce the new Stars & Stripes Edition package for select versions of the Challenger and Charger.


For $1,995, this package adds military-themed aesthetic upgrades inside and out, and with Dodge having the highest percentage of active military buyers of any brand, this package is sure to be a popular one.


“Dodge is known for delivering custom looks straight from the factory. We also have a strong following of buyers who are in the military, as well as many buyers who are patriotic,” said Steve Beahm, Head of Passenger Car Brands - Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT, FCA - North America and Head of Parts & Service (Mopar), FCA - North America. “The Stars & Stripes Edition is an opportunity to deliver a custom look with unique elements that speak to those performance enthusiasts who want to extend their passion for their country to the Charger and Challenger.”


The Stars & Stripes Edition begins on the outside with a thick satin black center stripe flanked by a single silver accent stripe on the driver’s side of the center stripe.


The package also adds satin black American Flag decals on the fenders, 20x9-inch gloss black wheels and black badging.


The standard four-piston Brembo brake calipers are painted bronze, with these stoppers coming standard on Scat Pack models while GT and R/T models can add the four-piston Brembo brakes as part of the Performance Handling Group.


On the inside, the Stars & Stripes Edition includes gloss black interior accents, black cloth seats with a bronze star embroidered into the shoulder area, a bronze instrument panel trim and bronze accent stiching throughout the cabin.


The Stars & Stripes Edition package is available on the Challenger and Charger in GT, R/T and Scat Pack form and it costs $1,995 regardless of the trim level.


Available exterior colors include Destroyer Grey, F8 Green, Granite Crystal, IndiGo Blue, Maximum Steel, Octane Red, Pitch Black, Triple Nickel and White Knuckle.


This package will make its formal public debut at the New York International Auto Show when it opens next week and dealerships will begin taking orders for this package sometime in May.