The Mopar ’19 Dodge Challenger Limited Edition celebrates ten years of mods. Dodge Challenger remains a top selling vehicle for the brand because of it customizability. FCA celebrates with a Limited-Edition Mopar ’19 Dodge Challenger that uses all its own in-house Mopar parts.
For over ten years, customers have upgraded their Challengers directly from FCA’s Mopar division. Utilizing aftermarket parts that do not void the factory warranties has become a desirable attribute to customization. Upgrading directly from Mopar, the risk of voiding the warranties was ultimately eliminated. Mark Bosanac, head of Mopar Serivce said in a statement, “Over the last decade, we’ve customized an impressive group of vehicles with exclusive Mopar performance parts and accessories that our enthusiast customers crave. This year we’re commemorating our tenth Mopar build with another unique and collectible Dodge Challenger, which continues to be the modern muscle car every bit as beloved today as the first-generation vehicle was 50 years ago.”
The Limited-Edition Mopar ’19 Dodge Challenger begins as a R/T Scat Pack model. The Challenger runs a 392-cubic inch, 6.4L Hemi V-8 with 485 hourspower and 475 lb-ft of torque. This setup is paired with the choice of a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic. Of course, Mopar adds a performance cold-air intake, strut tower braces to improve structural rigidity and handling, strut caps, and braces painted in silver (too stand out when looking under the hood).
The Mopar ’19 Dodge Challenger is only available in Pitch Black or White Knuckle, but comes with several optional bespoke interior and exterior upgrades. This includes the Mopar Shakedown graphics and blue striping from the front fascia to the rear decklid spoiler. The Challenger rolls on a set of 20×9-inch forged aluminum wheels wrapped in Goodyear P245/45ZR20 performance tires and the shaker hood package standard. The interior gets a little Mopar upgrade with embroidered seatbacks, a special Mopar badge on the instrument panel and premium floor mats. Each car will come with the Mopar “birth certificate” showing the exact build date and number.
The Mopar ’19 Dodge Challenger will be available to order starting in October. The price will start at $45,835. There will only be 90 units delegated for sale in the United States.