Another awesome project that Mopar is going to showcase at this year’s SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas will be the Dodge Charger Juiced Concept, a car that’s way more thrilling and much greener than the normal Charger, even though it received the massive V10 engine from the SRT Viper.
The 8.4L V10 engine from the Viper was in fact improved a bit by the guys at Mopar and it’s now able to produce 10 HP more than the unit from the 2013 SRT Viper Sports Coupe. The tuners have declared that “the Viper V-10 injects a venom-worthy boost of 650 horsepower into the Charger Juiced, but tones down the emissions to remain eco-friendly.”
Technically, the car sports a cat-back exhaust, a lowering kit which tightens the ride and enables for better control, plus a Mopar cold air intake. The aerodynamics of the stock Charger have also been modified, with Mopar mounting a prototype hood with functional air scoop, painted in a darker matte version of the custom Metallic Copperhead tone.
In addition, they have fitted the vehicle with a matte black hood, 20 inch lightweight alloy rims trimmed with a black tone and Copperhead accents, decklid graphics and a matte black chin spoiler.
The interior of the Dodge Charger Juiced Concept boasts with Copperhead accents throughout, aluminum instrument panel bezel, door-sill guards and pistol-grip shifter embellished with the Mopar logo and black Katzkin leather seating.