The 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas is underway and Mopar’s engineering team brought the Dodge Challenger GT with all-wheel drive to lead the charge of new rides modified with a mix of production and concept parts.
The Challenger GT concept is a unique build of V8 power and all-wheel drive system borrowed from the Chrysler 300. Underneath the hood is a 5.7-liter HEMI, massaged with the Scat Pack 3 Performance Kit, and eight-speed transmission. The stage 3 kit consists of Mopar Performance CNC-ported cylinder heads, Mopar hi-flow manifolds and hi-flow catalysts, a gasket set, exhaust manifolds, exhaust adapter, mounting brackets, hardware and two Scat Pack 3 badges. After the kit is applied to the HEMI, output is boosted to 450 horsepower and 454 lb-ft of torque.
The body is modified with a widebody kit and painted in Destroyer Grey. Tucked neatly underneath the swelling wheel flares are concept Mopar five-spoke wheels: 20-inch x 10-inch on the front and 20-inch x 11-inch on the rear.
Above the front chin spoiler is a Header Orange stripe that outlines the front grille and carries over the hood. The back end features a rear spoiler, Mopar quad Mopar exhaust tips painted in a powder-coated Satin Black, a Mopar fuel filler door painted Satin Black with a unique Mopar graphic and a concept Mopar Design decklid badge.
The Header Orange striping is carried over to the interior to accentuate the Katzkin leather seats with suede inserts, center console and shifter boot. A flat-bottom steering wheel sets the serious race tone. Mopar door sill guards with the Challenger logo caps off the interior.