Powering the custom Charger Juiced is a Mopar V10 crate engine borrowed from the Viper, giving it 650-hp of pure fun. But given everyone’s concerns with emissions these days, Mopar went the extra mile to tone down the emissions on its project to remain eco-friendly. Adding to the swapped engine is a Mopar cold air intake and cat-back exhaust system.
Handling suspension duties is a Mopar lowering kit that gives the Charger a lowered stance and better handling capabilities.
The exterior of the charger has been refinished in a custom Metallic ‘Copperhead’ shade with matte black graphics to contrast. Mopar outfit the Charger with its own chin spoiler and prototype hood while the roof gets a darker shade of the exterior paint. 20-inch wheels trimmed in matte black with a ‘Copperhead’ stripe finish off the aesthetics.
Onto the interior, Mopar gave the Charger Katzkin leather seats that were done in black with ‘Copperhead’ accents. The two-tone matte black and ‘Copperhead’ theme can be seen throughout the cabin.
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