2015 Off-Road Dodge Challenger A/T

Sep 5, 2014

Category: Rides

So if you love chocolate and peanut butter, you’ve got Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. But what if you love the brawny muscle of the Dodge Challenger, yet you also crave some intense off-road action?

Designer Joey Ruiter is ready to play mad scientist and make your dreams come true with the Challenger A/T, a combo concept car that’s built for tearing up all kinds of terrain. Ruiter has added longer suspension arms for increased wheel travel over rocks and sand dunes, body armor with rock sliders to withstand a serious ding or two, and an integrated lower light bar to show you the way home. He’s also moved the exhaust out of harm’s way and added an extra spare tire. He’d also love to build one for you—if you’ve got the unspecified amount of necessary dough.

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