Sports coupe Dodge Challenger from the studio NAPJuly 4, 2020
The European tuner, NAP, introduced a tuning kit for the American Dodge Challenger oil car. The car received only a number of visual changes, technically, this is the same car.
Large taxes on cars with large engines, backed by high fuel prices, make American powerful cars in Europe not the most profitable purchase. On the Old Continent, the Ford Mustang sports coupe is more popular due to the not-so-monstrous 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine with its decent power.
The European tuner NAP decided to significantly upgrade the Dodge Challenger brought from the USA.
First of all, the exterior of the iconic car received carbon fiber elements. NAP Atelier also replaced the standard wheels with a 22-inch Vossen kit with intricate Y-spokes and voluminous 305/25 R22 tires.
The Coilover suspension makes the Dodge 40 millimeters closer to the road for a more aggressive stance on the road, further enhanced by carbon fiber side skirts. Completing the changes from the outside is a formidable exhaust system that makes the sound of an oil car look very much like a jet engine. The nozzles are also trimmed with bronze to fit the wheels.
NAP used leather and Alcantara, as well as carbon fiber to remake the interior of a sports car. Elements of the latter are on the steering wheel and even on the shift lever of a six-speed manual gearbox.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote about the most productive version of the Dodge Charger. Dodge introduced the flagship variation of the Charger called the SRT Hellcat Redeye.
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