2015 Dodge Charger R/T Now Available With Limited-Edition Mopar ’15 Performance Kit

Mopar has announced the release of 50 limited edition Mopar ’15 performance kits for the 2015 Dodge Charger R/T.

The Mopar ’15 performance kit is now available through authorized dealerships for an MSRP of $3,550, with deliveries scheduled to begin early this month. The street-legal performance package includes the Scat Pack Performance Stage Kit 1, as well as a front strut tower brace with caps and bright pedal kit.

The Scat Pack 1 package adds 18hp and 18lb-ft (24Nm) of torque to the 2015 Dodge Charger R/T thanks to the addition of a Mopar Performance cat-back exhaust, cold-air intake, Stage 1 premium fuel powertrain control module, and high-flow oil filter. The package also includes Scat Pack 1 badges to embellish the look of the new ride.

Other design upgrades for the exterior and interior include matte black Mopar ’15 body-side graphics, door sill entry guards with the Mopar logo and a Mopar ’15 serialized badge for the dash.

Buyers also get the companion owner’s kit, which includes a certificate of authenticity, Mopar ’15 Performance Package brochure, vintage replica Scat Pack poster, Mopar Performance fender badge, a Mopar magnetic mechanic’s tray and more. The complete kit comes encased in a branded and numbered Mopar ’15 crate.

The Mopar ’15 kit is the sixth of the aftermarket brand’s special-edition vehicles offered since 2009: the Mopar ’10 Challenger, Mopar ’11 Charger, Mopar ’12 300, Mopar ’13 Dart and Mopar ’14 Challenger.

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  • Bashar

    Amazing,, dodge all the way

  • Six_Tymes

    Very cool. now someone review this against an M3. that would be a cool head2head

    • Akira

      They don’t compete at all. The M3 is smaller, more powerful, lighter and much more expensive. Anyway this Mopar kit is pretty stupid since it makes the car just 2500$ cheaper than a real Scat Pack.

  • Ineed911

    “Scat Pack” – guess nobody bothered to check the definition of scat before they named this one.

  • Mike45522

    bring back 14′ front and rear end!

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