A 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T with the 5.7-liter HEMI is already a great future classic. But when this low mileage example has been supercharged to 500+ hp, then you realize you're looking at a Hellcat level of performance in a very affordable package.
Even without the ultra-hot motor currently in it, this is a pure intimidation machine. The Challenger has vintage cool package formed around a body that's far beefier than the retro Mustangs and Camaros out there. The Hemi Orange is the ideal color, because it comes from the classic High Impact color palette, and it knows how to still make a striking impression today. Of course, the boldness continues when you have a low-mileage car that has been treated with respect. Classic pieces like the Challenger badging and black R/T stripe combine with newer element like the large air dam and full-width spoiler to create an intimidating total package. And they upgraded to a set of Vision polished alloys that are staggered at 18/20 inches front/rear to add both to this car's aggression and boldness.
Inside, a black leather bucket interior sets up a full package that really shows off this muscle machine's dark side. Low mileage means little seat time, and so the buckets, door panels, carpeting, dash, and much more retains its deep black appearance it received at the factory. This is a loaded modern sports car with all the features you could want, including power driver's seat, heated seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry & ignition, cruise control, power steering, dual airbags, and a power sunroof. The stereo has been upgraded to a Pioneer touchscreen infotainment unit. But we know your real favorite soundtrack comes from the rumbling dual exhaust. You'll be running with the windows down so much that you'll be glad to know the air conditioning is blowing ice cold.
While the fuel-injected 5.7-liter V8 is already the kind of powerplant that makes Mopar fans weak in the knees, this special one goes much further. If you know what these HEMI Challengers usually look like under the hood, then you can instantly tell this one is a bit different. Boldly sitting on top is an Edelbrock E-Force Stage 1 Supercharger. And the intake chiller with box in the trunk lets you know this one is serious about making extra power. Kooks headers feeding custom dual exhaust help deliver a total package rated at 500+ horsepower. And when you have this kind of big muscle upgrade, you want the right supporting components, too. That's why the transmission has been upgraded to a War Viking NAG 722.6 five-speed automatic by Southern Hot Rod that's rated for 1,000 hp. The DSS aluminum driveshaft is also rated up to 1,000 hp. Plus, there are grippy Mickey Thompson street race tires on the rear. And drilled & slotted four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS provide excellent stopping power.
We have receipts showing nearly $15k invested into creating a supercharged muscle Mopar that's also a comfortable and loaded modern classic. It's a total package you'll want to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!