Jointly created with comedian Jeff Dunham, the one-off model features a custom exterior and a new Mopar 426 crate engine.
Dodge and SRT have taken the wraps off a customized Challenger SRT8 at the SEMA Motor Show.
Jointly created with comedian Jeff Dunham, the one-off model features a two-tone exterior with a wide body kit that includes revised bumpers, a front splitter, custom rocker panels and a deck-lid spoiler. There's also an aluminum grille, a lowered suspension (which reduces the ride height by 1 inch), a sports exhaust system and 22-inch HRE wheels.
Inside there's a Hurst short-throw shifter and Nappa leather seats with color-keyed stitching and custom embroidery.
The big news is that power is provided by a new Mopar 426 crate engine that develop 515 bhp (384 kW) and 490 lb-ft (664 lb-ft) of torque.