As you may have read, Dodge Challenger and Charger will soon be ditched out from the production line. The US-based car manufacturer has already unveiled some special final editions, but this time is a little bit different.

The guys from Mopar have decided to come up with the last editions of the muscle cars.

Each car is based on the R/T Scat Pack Widebody trim, which means under the hood is a 6.4-liter Hemi V8. Unfortunatly, the modifications are aersthetic only, which means that the V8 will continue to de deliver 485 horsepower.

Standard, the Challenger comes with a six speed manual, while the Charger is available with an eight speed automatic.

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Both cars have the Widebody competition suspension, the special Brembo brakes and unique 20 inch wheels.

The final editions are sold in matte black with some stripes added over the top. There are also some blue accents in the grille, a carbon fiber spoiler and, of course, the Mopar badge.

Production will be limited to 440 in total.