As we all know now, Dodge is saying goodbye to its gas-powered muscle cars. The Charger and the Challenger will be no more after the 2023 model year, as it makes way for electrification. The brand just dropped cover on its final Hellcat-powered Charger, and it's known as the Charger King Daytona. The King is part of the brand's "Last Call" Series. It's an orange and black Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody that just so happens to get a 10-horsepower bump for its supercharged 6.2-liter V8 for a total of 807 horses. Is that enough for ya?

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The power is mated to an 8-speed  automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential. The booming rear-wheel drive sedan also gets 20-inch Satin Carbon Warp Speed wheels, orange six-piston Brembo brakes to match the paint job (known as Go Mango orange), and special branding inside and out. They take the form of satin chrome badges, black graphics, and King Daytona branding on the rear quarter panels. There's black front and rear fascia trim, black trim around the window frames, black exterior mirrors, and a black deck spoiler. Maybe the wheels should've been black, too? 

Additional details include a bright Mopar hood pin kit, black satin spoiler, black Nappa/Alcantar seats with orange stitching, a King Daytona instrument panel badge, suede headliner, carbon fiber bezels, Harman Kardon premium audio system, power sunroof, and a navigation package.

king snake interior

The cabin's layout is the same, but the King Daytona gets black Alcantara suede upholstery, orange stitching on the seats, steering wheel, door trim, and around the dash. Orange Daytona lettering is stitched onto the seat backs, and an orange King Daytona badge is emblazoned on the passenger side dash. Crack open the hood, and you'll even find a Last Call plaque mounted on the underside where practically no one but you will see it. 


Only 300 of the King Daytona will be made, and no pricing has been disclosed. It should be north of the Hellcat Redeye Widebody's $82,430 price tag and close to, if not more than, the $89,190 SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak (photo above). More of the "Last Call" series will be unveiled in the coming months, so every internal combustion engine muscle car maniac can get his (or her) fill. 

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