Mopar Dodge Dart is a Mean Looking Special Edition


The new Mopar 13′ Dart is the fourth Chrysler vehicle to get the special-edition Mopar treatment, and it has just been unveiled today at the Chicago Auto Show. 

Dodge says that the Mopar Dart is inspired by the “tuner scene,” and gives the car some extra performance capabilities to bolster that claim. Mopar gives the Dart revised steering-gear calibration, lowered suspension and low-profile 40 aspect performance tires, along with a premium brake kit with slotted rotors and a performance exhaust.

Providing sinister looks is a gloss black paint job finished with two car-length Mopar blue racing stripes. The exterior also gets Mopar badges fit in the center of the wheels, and in the grille. Following through to the interior is the color theme with black-leather seats with blue stitching. The driver’s seat is all blue, to give the car a driver focused appearance. The focal point of the interior is a large Mopar badge fitted just under the center-stack screen, surrounded by light-black chrome and gloss-black elements.


Mopar also provides the Dart with some new tech, including wireless cell-phone charging, and a 8.4-inch navigation screen.

To differentiate the buying experience of the Mopar Dart, each buyer will get a unique owner kit, delivered in a custom-made black case that contains a personalized plate with vehicle specifications, the date the car was built and the unique identification number.

GALLERY: Mopar ’13 Dart Special Edition Live

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Tschmit2 says:

Black vehicles stopped looking “sinister” many years back when every other vehicle on the road wasn’t black.  Give us something DIFFERENT!

J Henricks says:

shut up dumbass that car is the coolest out there!!!