Dodge Challenger SRT8 Project UltraViolet unveiled at SEMA image

Dodge and SRT have recently joined forces in order to create a custom Challenger which was recently unveiled at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas.

After announcing its public debut at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show not too long ago, the Dodge Challenger SRT8 Project UltraViolet is entering our news once again, this time with the carmaker bringing it to the North American automotive event. According to Dodge and SRT, the so-called Dodge Challenger SRT8 Project UltraViolet has been jointly created with comedian Jeff Dunham and it’s coming with a wide body kit.

The Dodge Challenger SRT8 Project UltraViolet has new bumpers, a front splitter, a deck-lid spoiler, custom rocker panels, an aluminum grille, 22-inch HRE wheels, sports exhaust system and the model is 1-inch closer to the ground thanks to the lowered suspension. The cabin of the muscle car is receiving Nappa leather seats with color-keyed stitching, a short throw shifter and custom embroidery. A new Mopar 426 crate engine with 515 BHP (384 kW) and 664 Nm of torque (490 lb-ft) can be found under its hood.

Source: Dodge