|6.1L HEMI V8|
|425 bhp @ 6,000 rpm|
|430 lb·ft @ 4,800 rpm|
|1,750 kg (3,858 lbs)|
|174 mph (280 km/h)|
|No Audio Preview Available|
The Dodge Challenger Concept is a concept car by Dodge, that was unveiled in the 2006 Detroit Motor Show. The Concept adopts many design cues from the original 1971 Dodge Challenger and was a preview of the 2008 production version.
Need for Speed: CarbonEdit
The Challenger Concept is a powerful car and handles like every other muscle in the game. Although it is not as fast as the Dodge Viper SRT-10, the Challenger is more controllable.
Angie will swap her 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with a Challenger Concept during a later portion of the career mode. Her car cannot be obtained by the player but can be driven in a bronze tier checkpoint race of the Collector's Edition Challenge Series.
Need for Speed: ProStreetEdit
Need for Speed: UndercoverEdit
The Challenger Concept is only included in the Collector's Edition release of Need for Speed: Undercover. It is given a tier 2 rating and can be purchased for free in the car dealership.
The performance of the Challenger Concept was nerfed in the game. Both its acceleration and top speed of 204 mph (329 km/h) are below the standard of tier 2.
The Challenge Concept is unlocked upon collecting 30 stars in Need for Speed: Shift. It is classed as a tier 2 car. The price tag of the Concept is $58,000 and its car rating is 5.80.
In Shift 2: Unleashed, the Concept can be bought for $45,600 as a Modern Muscle Road vehicle. The performance index rating of the car is C 660 whilst its handling is rated at 3.34.
The Concept produces a decent amount of power and has a moderate top speed. Due to the mass of the vehicle, players cannot enter corners as quick as other sports cars. Braking is often needed to avoid spin outs and contact with non asphaltic surfaces.
Need for Speed: WorldEdit
The Challenger Concept was added to the game on August 22nd, 2012 as a Class A vehicle, which was available as a top-up gift. On November 30th, 2012, it was made purchaseable as a Class B car.
The Class A variant has Gromlen race tuned parts as standard. It has an overall rating of 608 and cannot be currently obtained in the game. The Class B variant has Amerikon Speedsystems street tuned parts, an overall rating of 579 and was purchaseable for 3,400 until December 4th, 2012. Each variant can be fitted with the body kits of the car from Need for Speed: Carbon.
The Shelby Terlingua and Challenger Concept share several similarities in performance. Both are featured with an averagely performing nitrous boost and good steering for most corners, which is occasionally relied on braking. Its acceleration is average for Class B but lacking when put against Class A cars. Top speed of the Class A variant is 185 mph (298 km/h).
- The Challenger Concept appears on the box art for Need for Speed: Carbon.
|Dodge Challenger (Model Range)|
|R/T 426 Hemi • R/T 440 • Concept (2006) • SRT8 • SRT8 392|
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