The classic American muscle car. 470 HP, intense handling and a lean, low profile make this the car for people who love cars.

Watch How a Dodge Challenger Is Made

Think of it as the ultimate field trip for grown ups: Peter Carey and a video crew visited Chrysler’s Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario to get a true behind-the-scenes look at the assembly process for the Dodge Challenger. In this video, he learns that it takes about 24 hours to take a Challenger from framing to the end of the line, with more than 2,400 workers building Chrysler 300s, Dodge Chargers, and Challengers at the plant. Something is going on pretty much everywhere you look at Brampton…

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Watch How a Dodge Challenger Is Made

A Peek at the Plum Crazy Challenger, Inside and Out

One big highlight of the Dodge display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit is seeing the Challenger dressed up in Plum Crazy. “The Plum Crazy paint looks so gorgeous on the Challenger sheet metal that we couldn’t help ourselves,” says Challenger brand manager Mark Mallie. “We added the white dual wide side stripes and a white interior to finish in style. Thanks to Mopar and our partners at Katzkin we have one outstanding Challenger to display!” Can’t get to Detroit?…

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A Peek at the Plum Crazy Challenger, Inside and Out

One Demon of a Challenger

The fully customized Red Demon Challenger — a collaboration between master builder Steve Sanderson and legendary designer George “King of Kustoms” Barris, the man behind iconic cars such as the Batmobile, General Lee, Munster Koach, and Beverly Hillbillies truck — is certainly one hellish ride. It packs a truly demonic 6.1 HEMI V8 supercharged to 625 horsepower under the hood, with an outer shell of sculpted Barris bodywork, 3D Carbon Fiber rally stripes, vertical doors, two-tone paint and custom wheels. After officially debuting at last year’s SEMA auto…

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One Demon of a Challenger