One most extreme vehicle from Chrysler’s 2010 SEMA Show booth will be the 2011 Redline Charger, a customized version of the all-new 2011 Dodge Charger.
As you can see from the photo, the new car comes with an aggressive body kit consisting of a new front lower and rear-end treatment made out of carbon fiber, carbon fiber mirror caps, carbon fiber lower air dam/splitter and rear spoiler – created by Mopar Underground team specifically for the RedLine Charger.
Furthermore, headlamps and tail lamps also get the blacked-out treatment, while the design is completed by the 22-inch staggered-width Super Alloy wheels wrapped in high performance Pirelly tires.
Under the hood, we find the 5.7-liter HEMI, but also a new exhaust system and a new cold-air intake, which provide more horsepower and torque.
In addition, a new Mopar strut tower brace amps up the handling and driveability needed to corral the additional horsepower. Inside, the red-and-black interior reveals a driver-oriented theme.
The interior is highlighted by the satin and bright chromed bezels, but also by the Mopar Katzkin performance seats trimmed in Radar Red Nappa leather with bright red stitching. The interior design is completed by the new SRT steering wheel featuring prototype paddle shift controls.