First of seven 'Last Call' special editions, 2023 Challenger shakedown

Dodge will debut seven special edition Charger and Challenger cars between now and November. The first is based on a 2016 SEMA concept.

Special edition R/T Scat Pack package limited to 1,000 units. Half of them will be normal width models in Destroyer Grey and R/T Scat Pack Widebody trims in Pitch Black.

Black and red stripes will curve around the Mopar Shaker hood. "Shaker" underhood decal, red "392" fender graphics, "Shakedown" spoiler graphic, black Challenger badge, and R/T badging.

Standard width Dodge Challenger Shakedown cars will have 20x9.5in black Slingshot wheels. Widebodies get 20x11 Warp Speed carbon black wheels. Red six-piston Brembo brakes lie behind both sets.

Red and black patterns continue inside. Black Nappa leather and Alcantara with red stitching cover the seats. This stitching is on the console, steering wheel, seats, and Demonic Red seatbelts.

The Challenger Shakedown will include a brushed metal "Last Call" plaque under the hood, like the other seven special editions. It shows the vehicle's name, silhouette, and "Designed in Auburn Hills/Assembled in Brampton" inscription.

Dodge Speed Week is over, but our brand isn't done shaking up the muscle car world, said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand CEO – Stellantis. Following Speed Week presentations of the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept and our first electrified vehicle, the 2023 Dodge Hornet R/T, we're introducing six commemorative-edition models in a month.

The seventh model will debut at 2022 SEMA in Las Vegas. When ordering starts in October, Challenger Shakedown pricing will be released.