It doesn't get any deeper - Dodge Challenger SRT with CV3 Alu's

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New wheels for this extremely deep and matt gray foiled Dodge Challenger SRT from the rim manufacturer Vossen Wheels from Miami (Florida). The owner of this Dodge Challenger SRT has chosen a much more stylish alternative to the standard alloy wheels with the set of 20 inch Vossen Wheels alloy wheels of the type CV3. Incidentally, we have the rim type on the Lexus IS F, The BMW E93 M3 or even the MERCEDES G63 AMG G-Class seen. In my opinion, they only really come into their own with this Challenger SRT. We know a few technical details about the Vossen Wheels wheelset and also about the other modifications to the car. What we have learned we have listed below for you in a small summary. Unfortunately, we have only received the pictures and an extremely short "short version" from Vossen Wheels so that we cannot list all the details yet, sorry for that.

(Photos: Vossen Wheels)
These are the previously known data for the Dodge Challenger SRT. Please note that we can only identify the changes based on the pictures and thus everything is more or less "guessed":

  • unknown lowering (sport springs, coil springs or coilovers, Airride !?)
  • darkened windows
  • black hood and roof
  • unknown spoiler lip in front
  • black side markings
  • blue LED parking light rings (possibly also daytime running lights)
  • possibly an increase in performance - Chiptuning, tuning box (info is still pending)
  • possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
  • Vossen Wheels alloy wheels type CV3 (20 x 9 inches in front and 20 × 10,5 inches in the back)
  • matt gray foil

Certainly there will be new information soon and certainly new pictures and Videos in the net. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put them online and inform you about them.

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