Challenger Louis Vuitton is the Dodge “Dropper” edition never built
Well, where to begin ? With the Louis Vuitton motif running its entire length, ending just above the odd-looking diffuser, rear window trim, ‘Dropper’ sticker on the trunk lid spoiler or various other personalized stickers? Might as well mention the narrow tires while we’re at it, too.
Mind you, that’s a lot to chew on in one photo, and we haven’t even reached the best part: the license plates. If you zoom in, you will see that they are expired.
As one Redditer put it, “when the bank collects it they will be pissed off”, And it’s arguably one of the funniest things we’ve read all day.
Unlike its rivals Ford and Chevrolet, the Dodge Challenger is not available with a four-cylinder engine. This is probably because it would have been too expensive to implement one, but that’s a whole different story.
The smallest engine available for the Dodge muscle car is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, which powers the SXT and GT models, and produces 303 HP. The R / T uses a 375 hp, 5.7-liter HEMI V8, and the R / T Scat Pack and R / T Scat Pack Widebody pack the aforementioned 485 hp V8.
The SRT Hellcat and SRT Hellcat Widebody feature a 7.2-liter supercharged V8 with 717 hp, while the Redeye and Redeye Widebody sits at the top of the lineup with a supercharged 797 hp V8.
The Challenger’s MSRPs range from $ 28,095 to $ 78,695.