Completely no-frills comes this black Dodge Challenger SRT8. Here the owner did not want one extreme widebody kit still blocked him was the sense of one striking foliation, just a few stripes over the vehicle and a new set of wheels provide for the certain individuality. He decided for a Vellano VRH standard wheelset in 22 inch which fits perfectly with its glossy surface to the black painted body. There was also a subtle lowering so that the new alloy wheels also sit optimally in the wheel arch and more is not necessary at all to put the Challenger in scene. The most visually striking change is probably the already mentioned two stripes in silver over the complete vehicle we know for example from the Dodge Viper.
⚠ 22 inch Vellano VRH rims ⚠
Apart from the new wheelset as well as the foiling we are not aware of any further modifications to the Challenger so we leave you with the pictures alone at this point. 🙂 If we still get some details about further changes, there is of course an update for this post. About the update you will be informed if yours Feed subscribe to. We hope you enjoy watching.
(Photos: Vellano Forged Wheels)
The details of the changes to the Dodge Challenger SRT8:
- Lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension - more information is not available)
- 22 inch Vellano VRH rims
- 2 strip foiling over the vehicle
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - more information is not available)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (more information is not available)
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