Good news for European enthusiasts! In a recent announcement, Dodge confirmed that the 'Last Call' variant of the Challenger Black Ghost would be made available in Europe. Dodge drew inspiration for this model from Godfrey Qualls's 1970 Dodge Challenger RT SE. In case you haven't heard, this vehicle became famous on Detroit's underground racing circuit.
Let's get down to business now. The new Challenger Black Ghost boasts a black exterior and gator skin roof vinyl that's as dark as the night. Equipped with 20x11-inch satin carbon warp speed wheels, this car is ready to take on any challenge.
The black Mopar hood pins add a touch of mystery. Furthermore, the model boasts black six-piston Brembo brakes, fender and spoiler badges, a stylish script grille, and a captivating Midnight Metallic SRT badge.
Beneath its sleek exterior lies a mighty powerhouse: a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that has been given a boost, delivering a jaw-dropping 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque. An 8-speed automatic transmission controls this force, smoothly and precisely moving the vehicle forward. And with power being sent exclusively to the rear wheels, this machine is sure to provide an exhilarating driving experience.
The interior has undergone a stunning transformation, featuring an Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel adorned with a red SRT logo. Carbon fiber bezels add a touch of elegance, while the suede headliner exudes opulence.
The Dodge Challenger Black Ghost is a limited-edition vehicle, with just 300 being produced. The question remains, however, as to how many of these beauties will make their way across the pond to Europe. The price tag for European customers is still shrouded in mystery.