Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype Spy Shots

Posted: Oct 4 2016, 10:52pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 4 2016, 10:54pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype Spy Shots
  • Here are the Spy Shots of Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype

The Dodge Challenger ADR is getting ready for a new look.

The Dodge Challenger is off to switch to the Giorgio Platform in the year 2018. It looks like the company has decided to give it a farewell by producing it for one last time in style.

The variant of car named as Dodge Challenger ADR is under consideration these days. ADR stands for American Drag Racer, so we are looking to see the drag racing touches in this upcoming car. 

Recently a Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype was seen riding along the streets being testing on massive wheels. The prototype was pretty much close in looks to the Challenger SRT Hellcat. The car spotted had the same hood, same headlights, front and rear design, and spoiler construction.

It had big, wide tires which actually looked pretty aggressive in nature in terms of racing. The car was lined in extra wide rubber which gave it a look similar to the Dodge Viper ACR, according to AutoBlog

The ACR also has humongous tires. The car features 295mm front tires while the rear tires are 355mm. the tires we saw on the Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype were not large like that of ACR but were pretty big to be considered normal for an everyday use car. They were surely bigger than Challenger SRT Hellcat’s tires. It uses Pirelli P Zero Neros which are 275mm in size. 

The Dodge Challenger ADR is expected to have a V8 engine which will be 6.2 liters. Along with that we are hoping to have rear wheel drive with wide-body kit. The kit seems to be missing in the Dodge Challenger ADR Prototype. The car is expected to arrive somewhere in the mid of 2017. 

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