Why be just a Florida man when you can be a Florida kings? That’s the question Dodge is asking with its latest model, the Dodge Charger King Daytona. It’s a question I’d like an answer to.
In case you missed the news, Dodge is releasing seven special limited-edition vehicles to commemorate the death of the internal combustion engine muscle car before Dodge moved to its electric future, and this is the fifth. Previous versions include a file Dodge Challenger ShkidonThe Dodge Charger Super Band the Slingshot for both charger and unit.
The Charger King Daytona will be the most limited model to date; Only 300 of these vehicles will be produced.
The name “King Daytona” is taken straight from the history of drag racing. West Coast Big Big Racer Willie Robinson dubbed his 1969 Dodge Charger “King Daytona,” and used his profile to take out illegal (legal) street racers.
This special edition, then, gives you all that racetrack power in the form of a road-legal hot rod. Details of this bad boy include:
- Go Mango orange paint with interior accents, like Contrast Orange
- 807 hp
- Satin Black King Daytona graphics, wing and exterior badges Satin Chrome
- Special interior badges on the dashboard
- Satin Carbon Warp Speed Wheels 20 x 11 inches
- Six-piston Brembo brakes, orange
- Black Nappa/Alcantara ‘Daytona’ leather seats
- Suede headliner
- Premium features, such as Harmon Kardon audio system, power sunroof and navigation package.
The sixth Last Call model will be released next Wednesday, September 21, while the last and last of its kind will be released during SEMA 2022 in Las Vegas. Keep your eyes out, because there’s no doubt that these last two are going to be absolutely gorgeous.
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