Given the current state of affairs at Chrysler, you can’t blame the company for recalling happier times. In this case, the subject is the Challenger. Of the current muscle car trio of Camaro, Mustang and Challenger, most critics agree the Dodge is the most faithful in execution to the original. At the height of the muscle car war, Dodge and Plymouth were famous for offering outrageous colors, and the Furious Fuchsia edition pays homage to that era.
You can pick your Fuchsia Challenger in two flavors. The Challenger R/T Classic with a 5.7L Hemi V-8 rated at 376hp will sticker at $35,140. In case the R/T Classic is a little too watered down for you, fear not. Enter the SRT8, with a 6.1L Hemi V-8 with 425hp (the engine block painted in Hemi orange), priced at $45,150 may be the answer. While the R/T Classic is being called a “limited edition” car, Dodge will only build 400 Furious Fuchsia SRT8s. Both cars offer a mix of different stripes, unique wheels, functional hood scoops, etc. The Pearl White leather seats should come as no surprise here. Interested? Your local Dodge dealer starts taking orders in March, and production commences in Brampton, Ontario in May.