Dodge Details Charger & Challenger 100th Anniv. Ed.

Written by Kenny Hoeschen | January 2, 2014

The 100th Anniversary Editions of the Dodge Charger and Challenger were announced just a few weeks ago. In this video, Jenna Kirkpatrick, the Dodge Brand Manager, reviews some of the unique details in these two cars which commemorate Dodge’s first production vehicles made in 1914. Both the Challenger and Charger are great examples of Dodge’s heritage and we’re glad to see them continuing with the relaunched versions of these vehicles.

In addition to the details we’ve already shared, Kirkpatrick highlights the unique “High Octane” red paint, the “granite crystal” grille finish, and all-new 20-inch aluminum wheels also with granite crystal. The cars have 100th anniversary badges and you can choose from seven other paint colors. On the interior, you can choose from Molten Red or Foundry Black Nappa leather with a custom cloud overprint and brass colored accent stitching along with a unique three-spoke flat-bottom performance steering wheel, and graphite center console bezels. Under the hood, choose from a V6 or V8 engine with up to 375 hp on the Challenger.

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