First Peek…Mopar® ’11 Charger


 

Our friends at Mopar have released a sketch of their proposed ’11 Charger that will guarantee to get the enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. We don’t have many details we can share with you but one thing’s for sure, it will be chock full of performance goodies and accessories that will make it stand out at the local car shows and cruise nights. Mopar hit one out of the park last year with their ’10 Challenger package. With its sinister black paint and wheels, 1970 T/A inspired hood, blue body stripe, retro pistol-grip shifter and unique Katzkin interior appointments and serialized dash plaque, it had musclecar fans flocking to their local dealership. As soon as we get more “insider information”, we’ll be posting them here at www.redletterdodge.com.


  • SUBLIME

    No, no, no!  You need the door scoops the redline charger hood and spoilers.  You cannot just take a black car and put some cheezy Petty blue racing stripe on it that you can buy at Autozone.  The stripe doesn’t even match the bends and contours of the car.  This looks like something that a redneck would do after he had a few jars of moonshine.  I know you can do much better than this. Just offer the redline charger in black and do not try and reinvent the wheel.

  • SUBLIME

    By the way, I have seen the black Fiat 500 with the Petty blue racing stripe on it and that looks great because of the lines of the car.  There are too many bends on the hood, spoiler, etc. for this little Autozone stripe to work well on the new Charger.  This car could have some wild stripes that conform to the contours of the car.  You can be more creative, I know you can.

  • Hurrikain

    I agree with Sublime, this looks really cheezy ( seems like Chrysler’s recent direction )  I personally didn’t like the 10 Challengers. I think there is just too much Black, and the black wheels just didn’t work. Give us SOME BRIGHT COLORS !  I feel we keep beating this into the ground but the colors are so LAME. I was going to but a new Challenger this year, but after all the nice colors were dropped I am going to wait and see what happens next year I guess, and making the 430 radio a $1500 dollar option is just totally insane also.. I want a New Challenger, but I want it my way, Please Chrysler ( Roger ) Listen to us!

  • Carl

    That looks Extreamly Lame, I’d Try The ’71 Super Bee Stripe from Hood to Decklid. It would almost match the Bodylines.

  • http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3089456 Paladin06

    That is horrible. Come on Mopar get your head in the game.

  • chargerdan

    i totally disagree with the above comments,this car would be a dream to drive,what a killer looking charger,ofcourse 2 doors would be great,but im still so in love with this new MOPAR CHARGER!!!….WOW!

  • NeonNites

    Come on chargerdan, this looks like a do it yourself car. Go to the store and get a role of tape and spray paint your wheels black.  A two year old can come up with this crap.  You must work for Dodge. I suppose I shouldn’t be so harsh, everyone is entitled to an opinion.  If people purchase this one then it will just make everyone else’s Charger look better.

  • Hurrikain

    ChargerDan must be the designer that penned this..LOL
    this is almost as bad as the Audi front end they put on the SRT Charger
     
    BTW Above I said pay attention Roger, and I meant Ralph ( crazy spell check LOL )

  • chargerdan

    agreed that there needs to be some chrome touch on the wheels,and i would love to see a carbon fibre coloured stripe,and not one stripe…2 would be better,mabye with the blue lines on the outside of it to symbolise the mopar blue,a nice chrome badge on the guard behind the front tyres to go with the chrome on the rims,i still would have to see a rear end shot to realy see if it grasps me,but keep in mind,im from australia,and all we get here are calibres,Nitros and 300c’s{dont get me wrong,i have a 300c grille hanging on my wall:}}……i so would love to see any of the Dodge power cars to hit our shores,and am paciently waiting for a challenger or charger to hit our showrooms,not that i could afford it,but would just want to see one in the flesh,you guys see them all the time,im so envious,hence the reason our thoughts on this perticular car are varied…if this charger was available here in Australia,ide do what ever posible to see it,but thats just me;}…at the end of the day,we may have different views,but we are all mopar family,LONG LIVE DODGE!!!!!;}

  • SUBLIME

    chargerdan, I cannot believe on the big continent of Australia that Dodge doesn’t sell the Challenger or Charger.  You have all that open space to go 200+mph and they only sell Nitros, Calibers, and 300s.  That all new black Mopar Charger would be a good candidate for a new Mad Max car.  You would never have to wax it with that flat black paint job. Need to put a blower sticking out of the hood.

  • mark a

    butt friggin ugly

  • RICHARD T

    All you do is put a stripe on a car and you think it looks good?  Dodge, you need to fire these Mopar guys.  They have absolutely no imagination. The black wheels look like the cheap steel wheels they put on the police interceptors in the 70s.  I cannot believe you think this looks good.  Poor job!

  • http://www.skedrklhjuun.org/ Britt Marquitz

    That’s an interesting way of putting it, I am not certain I agree.

  • http://www.myoats.com/users/Carrental Car Rental Las Vegas

    That’s a very interesting way of putting it, I am not sure if I concur.

  • SUBLIME

    Paint an entire car black and run an uneven blue stripe down it like a wheel on an airplane landed on it and we think it looks good.  Yeah, that is really good stuff.  Very creative. Good luck renting that in Vegas.

  • SUBLIME

    I saw one of these at the dealer the other day and it looks a lot better in person.  40 grand is a little steep, however, the blue stripe on the outside and in the interior looks sharp.  I really like all these special edition cars.  Sooner or later there will be something available for everyone so they will finally have to break down and buy one.  Good job, Mopar!