Dodge has introduced the Charger SRT 392 at the Spring Festival of LXs in Irvine, California. It features body side graphics, 392 badging and gloss black accents.
Dodge has introduced the Charger SRT 392 at the Spring Festival of LXs in Irvine, California.
Essentially a styling package, the special edition features body side graphics, "392" badging and gloss black accents on the hood, roof and rear spoiler. The model is also equipped with an individually-numbered dash plaque and unique "Black Vapor Chrome" alloy wheels.
According to Mark Trostle, Head of SRT Design, "When you think of old school muscle cars, you think of black accents and this car kind of handles that in a new way. Not the whole hood is black, just a portion of it and we’ve done it in gloss black versus a matte black. It definitely has a presence to it.”
The special edition will go into production later this year and only 392 units will be built.