Dodge Challenger SRT8 ACR Annouced for 2011 SEMA

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One of the sweetest pieces of motorized candy that will be served at this year's edition of SEMA will be the Dodge Challenger SRT8 ACR, a vehicle that will follow the recipe of the Nurburgring record-setting Viper SRT10 ACR.
The vehicle's long list of performance mods starts with a Mopar coil-over suspension, a short-throw shifter, front and rear strut tower braces, lightweight alloy rims with Goodyear F1 Supercar tires, carbon fiber hood and boot lid, as well as certain engine goodies, such as a cat back exhaust.

In addition to that, the rear seat will be absent, in order for the car to be lighter, as we are talking about a track-focused development. In the cabin, we'll find a pair of bucket seats, a SRT steering wheel, a Mopar Drag Pack center stack and carbon fiber console, carbon fiber door panels, as well as SRT instruments.

This promises to be a true fighter for the notion that muscle car can go around corners fast, so be prepared to be impressed when it debuts.
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