Dodge Celebrates 50 Years Of The Challenger With An Anniversary Edition

Jun 9, 2020

Category: Rides

It’s been half a century since Dodge’s Challenger was revealed to the masses, and since its debut so long ago, the vehicle has remained one of the most prominent and recognizable trademarks in North American automotive production. Now, to honor the pony car’s 50-year tenure, the brand has released a special Commemorative Edition.

The Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition arrives hot on the heels of the company’s most recent celebratory run, which included just 1,960 examples and boasted seven distinct colorways from its past. When it comes to the newest commemorative effort, however, Dodge has opted to stick with a subdued, but iconic Satin Black/Gunmetal exterior, complementing the car’s R/T, R/T Scat Pack, and the R/T Scat Pack Widebody variants. Once you get past the vehicle’s striking paint job, gratuitous badging, and Hellcat-inspired headlights, you’ll be able to partake in the edition’s illustrious interior, which comes fully-outfitted with heated (and cooled) seats, Alcantara upholstery, carbon trim, and notable sepia-hued stitching. Depending on the upgrades you want, you’ll be able to pick up the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition for $4,995 and up via the company’s website. Of course, you’ll have to take the cost of the actual muscle car into account, as well.

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