The guys at eXoMod were a little bored with the traditional look of the Dodge Challenger, so they decided to give it a full widebody and make it seem like a 1968 Dodge Charger.
The new Charger is broader by four inches compared to the old one, but it's 400 pounds lighter thanks to its carbon fiber body. The engine and transmission, however, have not been modified in any way.
Ok, so what's the latest? eXoMod installed six-piston Brembo brake calipers along with customized 20-inch Forgeline wheels wrapped in Nitto NT555 tires. As would be expected, the builder is putting a cap of ten cars on the C68 series. The reason for this is because making a single automobile takes about 1,500 hours.
Customers can pick from one of three available options. The Silver Package, modeled after the Scat Pack Challenger, begins at $375,000 and features a 6.4-liter engine capable of 485 horsepower. Second, the Gold Package costs $399,000 and is based on the 707-horsepower SRT Hellcat.
Last but not least, the Platinum Package, built on the Hellcat Redeye and producing 797 horsepower, can be yours for the "low" sum of $450,000. Also, all options may be upgraded in horsepower.