If there’s one thing Avoid like to do with The challenger, it plays on everyone’s nostalgia, and its newest product is no different. This time it has nothing to do with the engine or the trim package. Instead it’s all about color.
Transparent Dodge Speed Week in August, the company unveiled a very striped version of the Challenger that showcased 14 “hi-Impact” colors that buyers can choose from for Mopar muscle car. It’s a nod to the Plymouth’ Cuda “Paint Chip” brochure (which a collector eventually turned into a real car) featuring a similar striped pattern that showcases all the color options. its.
Well, that’s great for Dodge. But you know what’s even better? Actually made it and gave paint samples to consumers. God bless Dodge, honestly.
It’s not exactly real paint, as Dodge only offers the model as a wrap. The company has partnered with CG Detroit to offer this limited package. If you’re worried that you have an older Challenger but still want a wrap, don’t worry. It will work with any Dodge Challenger 2008 and newer. I suppose that’s the benefit of making a car that looks pretty much the same for almost 15 years.
The price for this automotive excellence? $3,700 without installation. That being said, DodgeGarage will help you locate a 3M certified professional installer near you. That’s really the least they can do.
Here are the 14 hi-Impact colors in order from front to back (picture at top): Plum Crazy, Frostbite, B5 Blue, Sublime, F8 Green, Go Mango, Sinamon Stick, Octane Red, Torrid, Triple Nickel, Cancel Gray Kill, Granite, Black & White and Knuckle White. All colors are sure to work well with the yellow spitter guards you left on the front of your Challenger.