Dodge's special edition LA offerings have been created to celebrate the company’s SRT division
17 November 2011

These Dodge special editions - revealed at the Los Angeles motor show - have been created to celebrate the company’s Street and Racing Technology (SRT) division.

The Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee and Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 Yellow Jacket have received cosmetic changes from the standard cars on which they’re based.

See show pics of the Dodge special editions

That means they are both powered by 6.4-litre V8 Hemi engines producing 464bhp and 470lb ft of torque.

The Charger is available in three colours and with a series of special edition stripes and graphics on the bonnet and boot, plus unique 20-inch alloys. Inside, there’s a three-spoke steering wheel, embroidered logos and silver stitching on the seats.

The Challenger also has 20-inch alloys, an assortment of exterior logos and graphics and interior modifications including silver stitching and yellow graphics.

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