The old-school muscle car Dodge Challenger T/A concept has its premiere at this year tuning fair in Las Vegas, SEMA 2014. Dodge presented a special Challenger T/A Concept, developed in collaboration with Mopar.

The final model is built on Challenger R/T Scat Pack and is assumed the most powerful version of the Challenger, excluding SRT Hellcat.

Under the hood of the Dodge Challenger T/A Concept is the 6.4-liter V8 engine with 485hp. With this potential, Dodge Challenger T/A Concept can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in almost 4 seconds.

The SRT hood on the Dodge Challenger T/A Concept was adopted with the Mopar induction system. Air enters through the hood opening and is directed to the air box. Thus, air flows to the engine air box from both the headlamps and the induction on the hood. Internal two-air catcher in this Challenger is replaced with conductors for better cooling.

The concept is simply stunning. When looking at this ride, we can’t miss that it designed after the original 1970 Challenger T/A. A matte black hood, matte black chin spoiler, matte black stripes with the T/A logo notably displayed on the front fenders, a matte black Gurney-style rear spoiler and side exit exhaust had the original 1970 Challenger T/A. Also, the Challenger T/A was powered by the 340 ci. V8 with a six-pack carb setup.

All of these features have been included in the 2015 Challenger T/A Concept. The 6.4 L Hemi V8 powers this beast with 485 horsepower and 475lb0-ft of torque.

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