The North American based automaker Chrysler is previewing its latest creation for SEMA Motor Show, the so-called Dodge Challenger SRT Project Ultraviolet.
After teasing or even revealing some of its models which will be officially presented to the public at the upcoming 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas, the Chrysler Group LLC is placing its creations into the spotlight once again and the latest model to wear this “signature” has been named the Dodge Challenger SRT Project Ultraviolet.
According to the car manufacturer, the Dodge Challenger SRT Project Ultraviolet has been jointly created with comedian Jeff Dunham and the one-off muscle car will be made by Alan Palmer. The video posted below isn’t revealing anything important on the vehicle but it seems that Mark Trostle, the SRT head designer, has presented three proposals to Dunham, who didn’t say which one he liked best.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Project Ultraviolet will be finished in black and it will have a retro inspired design so expect stripes on its body. A six-speed manual transmission will be used along with a new engine, but this is all we’ve got on the model for the moment. SEMA Motor Show is coming in pretty fast and the Dodge Challenger SRT Project Ultraviolet will be unveiled at the event.