On Tuesday, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles presented its Domestic Dodge cars for 2017. The Challenger T/A and Charger Daytona. Both cars will feature V8 engines. The cars will also have some SRT Hellcat Parts.
The Dodge Charger Daytona was presented as a performance bargain. The sports car is built off the R/T model. It includes the SRT Hellcat cold-air induction system with a 2.75-inch electronically controlled exhaust. The Charger also includes Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, performance brakes, suspension modifications, and stability control tuning.
On the inside, The Charger has black seats with golden stitchings. Alcantara faux suede inserts and Nappa leather trim complement the stylish interior. Daytona graphics are embroidered on the seatbacks. Dodge also included the driver’s seat position and steering column memory.
The Charger can be upgraded to the Daytona 392. It features a 6.4-liter Hemi with a V-8 engine and directed cold-air induction system, Brembo brake package from the Hellcat, and Pirelli all-season performance tires.
The Charger Daytona base cost is $40,985, while the upgraded Charger Daytona 392 costs $46,090. Both prices include destination.
Specs, review and cost
The Challenger T/A boasts an R/T model V8 engine. It features 5.7 liters Hemi and packs a total 375 horsepower. Also, the engine is routed through a standard Tremec six-speed manual transmission.
The Challenger features a satin-black hood with NACA inlet ducts. The pipes feed the modified SRT Hellcat airbox. On the inside, the Challenger T/A resembles the 1971-era with its vintage looking gauges behind the new steering wheel. The footwells are custom built with Dodge logos.
The Challenger T/A allows performance modifications. These changes include different types of hoods and air intake, an active performance exhaust with electronic control, and 20-inch by 9-inch black wheels.
There is also a T/A plus package that includes the Super Track Pak as standard equipment, lowered suspension, high-performance Bilstein shock absorbers, performance brake pads, stability control system, and high-performance Goodyear Eagle F1 tires.
It is also possible to purchase the T/A 392 version. This version swaps the 5.7 liters Hemi for a 6.4- liter V-8 that enables the Challenger to hit 60mph in the mid-four-second range. The pack also adds a new suspension, and wider Pirelli tires, along with a 220-amp alternator.
The Challenger T/A starts at $38,845. The plus pack costs $41,235 and the T/A model starts at $45,090. Prices include a $1,095 destination fee.
The Challenger will be available to order on October and the Charger Daytona on Septembre.
Source: Motor Authority