2020 Dodge Challenger Exterior
The 2020 Dodge Challenger takes inspiration from classic American muscle cars such as the high performing 1965 Mustang Shelby. This Challenger has the traditional design and an iconic Dodge heritage to match.
The 2020 Dodge Challenger is a well-constructed machine, complete with badges, racing stripes, and colors that will make the car stand out on the road.
The 2020 Challenger rehashes its exterior colors from 2019, with three new shades that will be available at a later date. The colors that are presently available for the car are Go Mango (orange), TorRed, (bright red), Octane Red (maroon), Pitch Black (black), Granite Crystal (charcoal), Triple Nickel (muted white), F8 Green (forest green), and IndiGo blue (indigo). The three additional colors that will be late availability are Cinnamon Stick (metallic rust), Hellraisin (metallic purple), and Frostbite (metallic blue).
You will not fail to find a design you love with the Challenger. The challenger is a car that has 9 varieties of wheels to choose from. The GT and SXT (AWD) variants have two kinds of wheels- Black Noise wheels or 19-inch Satin Carbon wheels.
The GT RWD and the R/T trim come equipped with 20-inch Satin Carbon wheels. If you want, you can choose the Lights Out Wheels instead. The R/T trim also has the option of Tinted Clear Wheels, with the R/T Scat Pack having black wheels with Low Gloss.
You can also find black wheels with Low Gloss in the SRT Hellcat Redeye widebody variant, which also features Low Gloss Granite wheels known as 'Warpspeed.' The SRT Hellcat and Hellcat Redeye variants include 20-inch machined wheels with granite pockets.
The car has several exterior badging options, starting with a spoiler badge of the Scat Pack Bee with the Scat Pack of the R/T variant. The variant also has a fender badge denoting the HEMI engine. Every V8 model in the 2020 Challenger also has the option of Carbon Fiber edges with a suede headliner.
The 2020 Dodge Challenger has truly lived up to the reputation of muscle cars. The legendary exterior styling is a fitting tribute to its predecessors, bringing back the love of muscle cars the US in the 70s and 80s was known for.