There was only one new Dodge Charger sedan in the massive
    indoor Mopar display at the 2012 SEMA Show but the Mopar-modified “Dodge
    Charger Juiced” made for a fine representation of the high performance sport


    The Dodge Charger Juiced begins on the outside, where Mopar
    has added a front chin spoiler (PN 82212340), a body colored crosshair grille
    (PN 82212421), a Mopar grille graphic (PN 82212923), a Mopar decklid graphic
    (PN 82212483), prototype smoked headlight lenses, a prototype performance hood and
    some great looking 20″ Mopar wheels finished in a satin black finish with
    copperhead orange wheels.  The folks at
    Mopar sounded pretty positive that these wheels would eventually be available
    in the performance catalog and when they do arrive…I’m betting that they will
    be popular.


    Finally, the majority of the body has been painted
    Copperhead Orange Metallic while the hood and trunk lid are painted a darker
    matte version of the Copperhead color. 
    The Charger Juiced also sports a set of unique fender badges and a Mopar
    that starts on the rear quarter panels and runs up over the trunklid.  Inside, the Charger Juiced gets a set of
    unique Katzkin leather seats in black with an orange stripe, a Mopar bright
    door sill guard set and Mopar premium floor mats.


    While the Dodge Charger Juiced featured that special Mopar touch
    inside and out, the real story here is what is packed under the hood.  Gone is the 5.7L Hemi that was present when
    this car began its life as a 2013 Charger R/T and in its place is the 8.4L
    Viper V10 crate engine – packing 650 horsepower and 600lb-ft of torque.  This engine is fitted with a Mopar cold air
    intake package and a Mopar cat-back exhaust system that has been modified to
    work with 50 state legal Viper crate engine. 
    The power is sent to the rear wheels via the same 6-speed manual
    transmission that is found in the current Dodge Charger SRT8, topped by a Hurst
    shifter.  Helping to ensure that the
    Charger Juiced handles just as well as it launches, Mopar has added a lowering
    kit, front and rear strut tower braces, front and rear sway bars and the
    aforementioned wheels.  These sharp
    looking rims are wrapped in high performance Pirelli P Zero tires for optimal
    grip while accelerating and cornering.


    Specs and modifications aside, the Dodge Charger Juiced by
    Mopar is 100% awesome.  It packs tons of
    power, improved handling and a serious street-brawler look that drew lots of
    attention at the 2012 SEMA Show.