When it comes to racing in a straight line, you’ll find out this type of motorsport is not for everyone. However, those who practice it and understand it need a bag of goodies from time to time. Here’s where Mopar comes into play.
The vehicle is built on the Dodge Challenger platform and will come with the option of either the brand’s – attention please – first-ever lineup of a supercharged 354-cubic-inch (5.8-liter) HEMI engine or a naturally aspirated 426-cubic-inch (7.0-liter) HEMI unit.
On that note, we’ll also want to add that the car’s internal organs have also been upgraded.
For example, the vehicle’s front suspension sports a Mopar K-Member and suspension geometry, with double adjustable compression and rebound struts.
At the rear, engineers installed a four-link suspension with Panhard bar, Strange Engineering 4-inch solid axle with 9-inch aluminum third member, 40-spline gun drilled axles, shocks with adjustable compression & rebound and an anti-roll bar.
Visually speaking, the new Drag Pak includes the Dodge Challenger front and rear fascia trim, and a redesigned NHRA-approved full roll cage.
Inside, you’ll find the Dodge Challenger interior, which received a Mopar gauge pack, driver and passenger lightweight racing seats, along with a safety net and a five-point harness.
Now, for the spicy part, that is the price. MSRP for the naturally aspirated 426 version of the Mopar Challenger Drag Pak is $99,426 while the 354 supercharged version can be had for $109,354 MSRP.