Body 1968 Dodge Charger Skin on Modern Challenger Platform

Challenger Upgraded with Retro eXomod Vibe

The exterior transformation has resulted in a modern Charger with classic looks.eXoMod Concepts, an aftermarket expert, is fabricating a full widebody structure out of carbon fiber to restyle the Dodge Challenger into the classic 1968 Dodge Charger design – and it’s truly impressive. Even though the Dodge Challenger already has that retro feel, eXoMod took it up several notches. This newest body kit differs from its predecessor by being four inches wider, but its use of lightweight carbon fiber as its raw material reduces the ride’s weight by a whopping 400 pounds. To keep the original drivetrain intact (including the powerful 8-speed TorqueFlite transmission), the makeover has brought together the classic look with the modern performance of this vehicle, without compromising the warranty provided by Dodge.

One’s imagination might take them to the seventh eXoMod C68 Carbon Series dubbed Quicksilver, not an inexpensive item. The Platinum package which includes a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 Hellcat Redeye engine comes with a price tag of at least $450,000 for ownership.

Quicksilver’s visuals are not simply an afterthought; EXoMod has also included six-piston Brembo calipers coupled with 15.7-inch drilled rotors hiding intricately behind bespoke 20-inch Forgeline rims in staggered measurements of 12 inches at the rear and 10 inches close to the front, topped with Nitto NT555 tires.

Dodge is ceasing fabrication of fuelled Challengers, so these will doubtlessly turn into incredibly estimated accumulations in the future as we progress to hybrid and all-electric energy sources.

eXomod is capping the existing C68 number of vehicles to only ten, yet a C69 version appears to be in development. The low quantities are largely due to the lengthy 1,500 hour building process. eXomod’s price list states that the premium Silver Package model is based on the Scat Pack Challenger which has a 6.4-liter engine with 485 horsepower and begins at $375,000.

The Golden Edition is based on the 707 horsepower SRT Hellcat with its supercharged V8 and has a cost of $399,000. On the other hand, the Platinum Bundle takes the Hellcat Redeye and its 797 hp as its foundation and is priced at around $450,000.

Equipping your automobile can be made more powerful with each package; culminating in the Platinum Package which hit the peak of 885 horsepower. There is a vast selection of captivating options to pick from, so start putting away those coins now!

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