Power is about to get a boost with the new Dynamics Package available on 2017 Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack models. The new Dynamics Package adds bold wheels, high-performance tires and enhanced braking power once exclusive to the SRT® Hellcat, offering aggressive performance enhancements to dedicated gearheads and speed enthusiasts.  


When you’re harnessing the power of the R/T Scat Pack and 392 HEMI® Scat Pack Shaker models’ potent 392-cubic-inch HEMI V8 engine, it’s important to have stopping power to match.  

Advanced Brembo® Brakes  

The Dynamics Package’s Brembo® high-performance brakes with 15.4-inch (390-mm) two-piece rotors and six-piston calipers at the front match the largest front-brake package ever in an FCA US vehicle, and are a perfect complement for vehicles boasting 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque.  

Combined with the four-piston calipers and 13.8-inch (350-mm) rotors in the back, the upgraded brake system provides outstanding heat management and eye-bulging stopping power.  

The Dynamics Package doesn’t stop at brakes and rotors either.  

Bold, Wider Wheels  

The new Dynamics Package helps Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack models stand out on the roadway with the bold styling of new wider 20×9.5-inch “Slingshot” seven-spoke, lightweight forged-aluminum wheels with matte black finish.  

Performance-Enhancing Pirelli Tires  

Pirelli P Zero Nero 275/40ZR20 performance tires round out the Dynamics Package, giving drivers optimal on-road performance for all seasons. Pirelli P Zero summer tires are also available.  


For muscle car aficionados, the Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack models offer incredible horsepower and torque at a terrific value. Now the new Dynamics Package ups the ante by adding the feel of a Hellcat without breaking the bank.  

The new Dynamics Package will be available this month at a U.S. MSRP of $2,200* on new orders of the Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack, Challenger R/T Scat Pack and Challenger 392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker. Learn more at dodge.com.  

*Pricing and offers may change at any time without notification. To get full pricing details, see your dealer.


  • Tim
    Posted February 20, 2017 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

    Wonder who wouldn’t then opt for the SRT 392 with everything else being premium. Getting this package on the Scat Pack would kinda defeat the idea of the scat pack being a bargain over the SRT 392.

  • Alexander Koparanian
    Posted February 21, 2017 at 5:12 am | Permalink

    b.c most people would love to but majority of people are either not made of cash to afford a challenger/charger srt8 srt392 with shaker or one level better, the hellcat with shaker let alone fully eqipped by all means id love to be able to afford an srt or hellcat and i owned an rt road and track and it was a a great reliable car i got as a steal from the previous owner b.c he uprgraded the exaughst headers cams.. the base model RT iv read and heard is a great car decently quick but for me and alot of people i want a little less bells n whistles to get the rt scat pack which includes 4 brembo brakes instead of 2 n other modes and launch control and suspension transmission upgrades minus some extra luxury the srt has

    • Tim
      Posted February 21, 2017 at 9:47 pm | Permalink

      I’m just saying that people that care about 4 vs. 6 piston brembos should probably step up to the 392 for just another couple of grand since they would get all of the above plus the 3-way adjustable suspensions/SRT pages and other premium stuff.

  • James
    Posted April 6, 2017 at 2:50 am | Permalink

    Either premium or standard, this is surely an exciting batch of Charger/Challenger. Great engine power comes with good braking system.

  • Scott
    Posted April 24, 2017 at 11:51 am | Permalink

    Already added 6 piston calipers to my scat pack.

  • Dale Sexton
    Posted April 26, 2017 at 8:04 pm | Permalink

    I just bought a 16 Challenger Scat Pack. Can I put 275/45/20’s on my car? Thanks.

  • David
    Posted June 12, 2017 at 2:38 pm | Permalink

    I don’t get how anyone would think that those scruffy black wheels look attractive — I’d definitely pay extra to not get them on my Challenger Scat Pack. They had it right in the ’60s with polished wheels and chrome-plated wheels (if it works, why break it?).

    • David
      Posted June 17, 2017 at 12:55 pm | Permalink

      When you think about it, how can Dodge reliably gauge true customer desires when the majority of vehicle Options and Packages are selected, independently and in advance, by the FCA Dealerships? If I had purchased my 2016 Challenger Scat Pack ‘off the lot,’ I would not have been happy with the excessive Options and Packages, and resulting high vehicle purchase price, commonly found on lot vehicles. So I ordered my Challenger with just what I wanted (automatic transmission, redline red paint and an engine block heater) and then benefited from a total purchase price on the low end of the range. Regarding the prior comment, if you buy a current R/T Challenger off the lot, you’re probably going to get black wheels whether you like them or not. However, FCA will interpret the sale as a desire for black wheels even if this is not the case. This error will then compound as FCA uses it as a basis to manufacture more black wheels and dealerships use it as a basis to order more lot vehicles with black wheels. Propagation of error is bad.

      • David
        Posted August 10, 2017 at 6:54 pm | Permalink

        If you want the very most for your money, you can’t beat the Challenger Scat Pack with no, or very few, Options and Packages. If desired, you can effectively add a TorqueFlite for $1,000 less than list price since it eliminates the $1,000 federal Gas Guzzler Tax (an initial federal punishment tax for those who will then continually purchase above average amounts of federally taxed gas? — I recommend everyone order the TorqueFlite so the subject $1,000 goes to Dodge rather than the federal government). Thus, one can purchase a 485-hp Challenger Scat Pack with just a TorqueFlite for about $40,000. The SRT 392 with the same horsepower costs $50,000 — $10,000 more. The SRT Hellcat with an additional 222-hp costs $70,000 — $30,000 more ($70,000 will purchase a new Challenger Scat Pack and a new Challenger SXT). If you want the most horsepower and features for your money, the Challenger Scat Pack with a TorqueFlite (and no other Options or Packages) is the only way to go.

  • David
    Posted July 26, 2017 at 11:27 pm | Permalink

    Just ordered an ’18 charger rt scat pack with all options except for block heater and sunroof. Why no sun roof, you ask? I am 6’5″. Head hits roof. Can’t wait to get it. Octane red, red and black interior. One concern, p zero Nero in snow. Might change to Michelin. Any comments. Live in northeast. Driving a 15 jeep Gc summit. By the way, black painted roof.

    • David
      Posted July 30, 2017 at 1:28 pm | Permalink

      I have a 2011 Durango and a 2016 Challenger Scat Pack, and I also live in the northeast (PA). I use a simple rule throughout the year: in bad weather, the Challenger stays in the garage and I drive the Durango. If you intend to keep your Jeep, you can give that method a try. However, you’ll have to check the minimal acceptable ambient temperature specified for the summer tires you’re getting; I believe the tires can be damaged if they’re used at a temperature below the specified value. Thus, there may be days in the winter when the roads are clear and you can take a drive without concern, but won’t be able to if the outside temperature is below the tire manufacturer’s specified value. I got around the temperature restriction problem by accepting the standard ‘all season’ tires (Goodyear Eagle RSAA 245/45ZR20) on my Challenger.

    • STM
      Posted October 31, 2018 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

      I have the Mopar 18 inch steel wheels with 245 55-18 Goodyear Ultra grip gw3 and they work pretty well for rear wheel drive in Canerduh.

    • Craig
      Posted February 8, 2019 at 4:26 pm | Permalink

      Me too. 2019 on the way. March 2019 delivery date.

  • Mike
    Posted August 5, 2017 at 9:00 am | Permalink

    How many black 392 RT Challenger Scat Pack shakers with Dynamic packages were made in 2017

  • Ramblnmn
    Posted August 7, 2017 at 10:34 am | Permalink

    I don’t understand…how are people ordering a 2018 Charger when you can’t see a Dodge site showing the 2018 models……???

    Is there a site that people to go on to see theses models?

  • Cary Coverdill
    Posted August 10, 2017 at 1:03 pm | Permalink

    The only 2018 model being offered now is the Hellcat.

  • Richard
    Posted August 27, 2017 at 12:09 pm | Permalink

    I just ordered my 2018 Charger Scat Pack in Battleship Gray, with every option except the sunroof and block heater

  • David
    Posted September 4, 2017 at 11:15 pm | Permalink

    Ordered my charger in July. Dealer is a friend and ordered it tagged as a sold car. Back to my old post, my new charger does not have the summer p zero. Comes with all season. Checked on tire rack and those zero,s are close to zero rated. Looks like I will put on Michelin dsw

  • David
    Posted September 4, 2017 at 11:16 pm | Permalink

    Dealer is a friend and ordered it tagged as a sold car. Back to my old post, my new charger does not have the summer p zero. Comes with all season. Checked on tire rack and those zero,s are close to zero rated. Looks like I will put on Michelin dsw

  • Hugh Irwin
    Posted October 10, 2018 at 2:45 pm | Permalink

    I bought a lot car, Scat Pack, Dynamics package 2018 Charger to replace a ’15 Challenger 5.7, R/T, Shaker, loaded, which replaced a ’13 Boss 302. I’m very pleased with the Charger. It’s a much more useful car for me than either of its predecessors. Handling and performance is outstanding for the street and back roads.

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