2016 Dodge Challenger has just received a new Blacktop Appearance Package and we can't get enough of looking at it! There is so much beauty in it! And we are definitely glad that it is back on the market, so that it can make more customers happier. Company's "blacked out" appearance will be available for 2016 Dodge Challenger SXT and SXT Plus models.
These two produce no lees than 305 horsepower, but when it comes to stronger force of up to 375 horsepower, the HEMI V-8 equipped Challenger R/T and R/T Plus models are also in the game. I mean that they will also get the limited edition pack.
Meet the Blacktop
Challenger Blacktop rides on huge wheels measuring 20-inch and featuring five-spoke Gloss Black aluminum design. All-season tires are the perfect compliment for them. The theme continues with the Gloss Black grill, which by the way was inspired by the 1971' models.
We can also see that there are Satin Black finishes on the deck-lid spoiler and fuel-filler door, so they add a little bit more masculinity to the appearance. The one-of-a-kind look of the car is rounded out by a "strobe" designed dual stripe that runs from nose-to-tail.
Blacktop in the Cabin?
Yes, the styling package continues inside. The cabin of the SXT and R/T models is wrapped in premium black cloth, while the SXT Plus and R/T Plus models get the standard Nappa and perforated Nappa leather also in black. The steering wheel is delivered by Dodge Performance, and it features Dark Anodized paddle shifters. K-Black bezels accentuate the Dark Brushed II aluminum instrument panel and there are also aluminum center console bezels.
The 1971-inspiration is featured in the interior via the ‘tic-toc-tach" gauges with Gloss Black inner and outer cluster rings. Under the waistline there are also velour floor mats with the company's logo embroidered in Tungsten.
And How About More Technology?
There are more goodies for those who have considered buying the Challenger Blackout. If you are keen on driving an SXT or an R/T, then you will also get ParkView rear backup as a standard. The SXT specification comes fitted with fog lamps at no additional cost. How cool is that?