The Dodge Mopar Charger ’11 – the first special edition version of the Mopar Charger – was posted on Tuesday before a gig later this month at the 2011 New York Auto Show teased.
It is the second special issue of Mopar Dodge vehicle released and is a celebration of the year long relationship between the automaker and its dedicated aftermarket parts suppliers. A ’10 Dodge Challenger Mopar made its debut last July at a cost of $ 38,000 for the automatic transmission model and $ 39,000 for a manual transmission model with a pistol grip shifter.
More information about the ’11 Charger Mopar, Mopar made with components, will be presented next week. Expect an on-sale date in late summer. Pricing is yet to be announced.
The sketch looks like the ’11 Charger Mopar show something like a Brilliant Black paint characterized by an eccentrically Blue Mopar Stripe are accentuated – very similar to the Challenger Mopar ’10, which was introduced in July last year. The Mopar ’11 Charger is expected with a limited edition goodies such as a sketch of the vehicle will be offered.
“After the success of our Mopar Challenger ’10, we went through the iconic Dodge Charger, and has even more power,” said Pietro Gorlier, president and CEO of Mopar in a statement. “As a new company, we will benefit from the legacy to continue the Mopar brand at every turn.”