Track version of the Dodge Challenger may appear next yearOctober 15, 2019
A few years are left before the release of the new generation Dodge Challenger. Nevertheless, the company will have to maintain interest in the model, and the release of the most powerful version, focused on the track, is a good solution. Future novelty may receive ACR index from Viper.
According to Mopar Insiders, Dodge is actively working on several “charged” versions of the Dodge Challenger. A new civil and track version is being prepared for the imminent release. Although a new generation of the American coupe will be introduced in a few years to support demand, the company is forced to release new versions. Experts are sure that the future track version will be timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the company in 2020.
According to preliminary information, the Dodge Chellenger ACR will receive an additional aerodynamic body kit, an active adjustable carbon fiber rear spoiler, as well as a new front splitter to increase downforce. In addition, only the driver’s seat can remain in the cabin, as was the case with the Challenger SRT Demon and R / T Scat Pack 1320.
It is worth noting that the Dodge Chellenger does not really need to be updated. But the model has been on sale since 2008, and the time has come to release a new generation, although it is still ahead of Camaro and Mustang in sales.
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