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

The Dodge Charger Daytona Returns

2013 Dodge Charger Daytona

 

The original Dodge Charger Daytona back in 1969—the fabulous Winged Warrior, as it became known—is one of the great stories in American motorsports.  Dodge has issued a callback to those glory days with the 2013 Charger Daytona, a very special edition that debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show last November.

 

Only 2500 Charger Daytona vehicles will be offered in the U.S., each one bearing a dash plaque that includes the car’s build number. Unique Daytona features include Satin Black hood stripes, roof wrap and R/T spoiler, Daytona graphics…

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The Dodge Charger Daytona Returns

The Dodge Blacktops Have Arrived

Blacktop

 

Dodge has unleashed three very special packages for the Avenger, Challenger and Charger. They’re called Blacktop, and along with their darked-out, stealth-fighter  look, they’re designed to supply extra content and excitement at a price you can’t refuse.

 

The Avenger Blacktop (above) starts with the SXT model and adds a unique Gloss Black grille, 18-inch Gloss Black aluminum wheels with matching center caps, dark-tinted headlamp bezels and a body-color rear spoiler. Standard Blacktop features are too numerous to name here, but they  include six-speed Auto Stick transmission, eight-way power driver seat, leather-wrapped steering…

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The Dodge Blacktops Have Arrived

2004 Dodge Sling Shot Concept

Slingshot

The Dodge Sling Shot Concept from 2004 was designed for maximum fun and function. A light and speedy two-seat sports car, the Sling Shot combined a removable top with a three-cylinder engine that could squeeze 45 mpg highway.

 

Engineered from the ground up as a driver’s car, the Sling Shot employed a five-speed manual gearbox, four-wheel independent suspension, quick-ratio rack-and-pinion steering, and four-wheel disc brakes. The rear-mounted transverse engine developed 100 horsepower, shooting the Sling Shot from 0 to 50 mph in less than 10 seconds.

 

Inside, the cabin used machine-look metallic finishes…

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2004 Dodge Sling Shot Concept