The King Daytona, the sixth special edition of its Last Call series, has arrived. In celebration of its namesake, this four-door super sedan receives even more power and a timeless color, making it the most potent Charger to ever leave the factory. The Dodge Charger and Challenger are both in their final year. Dodge is creating seven "Last Call" special versions to mark the end of an era.
with an additional 10 horsepower added for good measure, the Charger King Daytona Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. That indicates that its 6.2-liter supercharged V8 has the exact same 807 horsepower as the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock.
Featuring a Go Mango orange exterior finish, the sole color available on this particular Last Call model. Satin chrome emblems on the exterior, black graphics on the hood, roof, and trunk, and King Daytona branding on the quarter panels complete the look. Additionally, other external satin chrome badging pairs with distinctive 20-inch carbon warp speed wheels.
Go Mango orange paint, orange inside stitching, an orange instrument panel, and other orange accents on the console, steering wheel, and door trim are some of the interior styling features.
Nappa/Alcantara Daytona seats, a suede headliner, an Alcantara steering wheel, a Harman Kardon premium sound system, a sunroof, and integrated navigation are just a few of the high-end features found inside.
Six-piston, color-matched orange Brembo brakes provide stopping force. The Charger Super Bee, Challenger Shakedown, Charger and Challenger Scat Pack Swinger models, and the King Daytona model are the other four Last Call special editions that have already been revealed.
Only 300 King Daytonas will be produced by Dodge.