The Dodge Challenger Concept is a concept car from Dodge that was unveiled at the 2006 Detroit Motor Show.
The car's design was a reimagination of that of the original 1971 Dodge Challenger. The third generation Challenger entered full-scale production in 2008 with minor changes made from the concept car.
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Need for Speed: Carbon
It is a powerful car and handles well, but sacrifices acceleration for greater controllability. It is also useful in pursuits due to its large size and heavy mass.
The stock Challenger Concept is unlocked for purchase in the Career mode upon the player winning the "Desperation Ridge" event in Silverton Refinery, Silverton.
Once unlocked, it can be purchased from any Car Lot for 140,000 cash.
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Need for Speed: ProStreet
Need for Speed: Undercover
The car's acceleration and top speed of 204 mph (329 km/h) are below average for a tier 2 vehicle.
It appears in the PlayStation 2 an Wii releases with a price tag of $60,000.
Need for Speed: Shift
The Challenger Concept appears in Need for Speed: Shift and is classed as a tier 2 car. It is unlocked upon collecting 30 stars and is priced at $58,000 along with a car rating of 5.80.
Need for Speed: World
The Ford Shelby Terlingua Mustang and Challenger Concept share several similarities in performance. Both are featured with an average nitrous boost and good steering for most corners, which is occasionally relied on braking. Its acceleration is average for B class but lacking when put against A class cars. Top speed of the A class variant is 185 mph (298 km/h).
|Stock: 517 (B class)||Maximum: 657 (A class)|
Cop Edition (SpeedBoost)
The Cop Edition style is a Cop Edition car that costs 5200. It was initially only obtainable as a top-up gift from March 25, 2013 and was later released on June 12, 2013.
Cop Edition (Cash)
Shift 2: Unleashed
The Challenger Concept appears in Shift 2: Unleashed as a Modern Muscle Road vehicle that can be bought for $45,600. The performance index rating of the car is C 660 whilst its handling is rated at 3.34.
The Concept produces a decent amount of power and has a moderate top speed. Due to the mass of the vehicle, players cannot enter corners as quick as other sports cars. Braking is often needed to avoid spin outs and run-off areas or barriers.
Need for Speed: Edge
The Challenger Concept 2006 appears in Need for Speed: Edge.
- The Challenger Concept appears on the box art of Need for Speed: Carbon.