We wouldn’t be Dodge if we didn’t mix it up every once in a while. Special Editions for true gearheads only.

From High Impact Paint to Heritage Hues

Back in 1969, Dodge Division and Chrysler started a revolution—a revolution in color. To this day, the auto industry has never been the same.

 

Dodge was already offering some of the most muscular cars of the muscle car era—awesome machines including the Hemi Charger and the Super Bee. Company designers decided to rev up the cars’ visuals to match, creating a far-out assortment of exterior paint colors. The flamboyant hues were given equally wild names, including Panther Pink, Sublime, Plum Crazy, Go Mango, Citron Yella, and Top Banana.

 

Known as High Impact Paint or H.I.P. (hip—get it?) these special colors generated…

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From High Impact Paint to Heritage Hues

The Dodge Dart Mopar ’13

The Dodge Dart Mopar 13

Dodge and Mopar have partnered for some special cars before, including the Mopar ’10 Challenger and the Mopar ’11 Charger. Here’s their latest and maybe their most exciting creation yet: the Dart Mopar ’13. The Dodge-Mopar team calls this one “the stylish sedan with the bad-boy attitude.”

 

As the Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand, and boasting a proud motorsports heritage, Mopar is ideally equipped to produce a genuine driver’s car. Every Dart Mopar ’13 features a 1.4-liter Multiair intercooled turbo engine with a Mopar…

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The Dodge Dart Mopar ’13

Introducing the Challenger R/T Redline

Challenger R/T Redline

For the 2013 Chicago Auto Show, Dodge has unveiled a very special edition of the Challenger R/T: the Redline. “Building on Challenger’s all-time sales record in 2012, the new Challenger R/T Redline fuses our iconic heritage with a one-of-a-kind customized appearance,” says Reid Bigland, Dodge Brand president and CEO.

 

The R/T Redline’s name is echoed in the two-tone Redline Red and Graphite stripe that stretches from the front wheel arch to the tail, tracing the Challenger’s signature character line. On the rear quarters, the graphic…

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Introducing the Challenger R/T Redline