Dodge’s Last ‘Last Call’ Challenger Gets a Party
- Dodge is showing off its final Last Call Challenger at a Roadkill Nights event in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- The event will feature a performance by Diplo, drag racing, and more.
- Tickets start at $25 for general admission, and can be found here.
Dodge’s hotly anticipated final Dodge Challenger Last Call model was supposed to make its official debut at last year’s SEMA show. Unfortunately, Dodge had problems with the final Last Call model’s engine failing during testing. Dodge boss Tim Kuniskis told the media that the problems were addressed, and we can expect to see this special edition Challenger sometime in 2023. Well, that time has come, and Dodge is throwing a party to celebrate this special Challenger.
Details are light on the upcoming Last Call model, but the rumors and speculation point to it being the most powerful Challenger to roll out of the factory. Considering the previous statements about engines failing during testing, there will likely be some hardware changes heading to the supercharged Hemi under the hood. With those modifications, you can almost expect a bump in power. We won’t know for sure until Dodge drops the spec sheet when the car is revealed.
About the reveal, Dodge is doing its usual over-the-top celebration of horsepower. Tied to the Roadkill Nights event in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 20, this will be more than just a car reveal. Like the Roadkill Nights event in Pontiac, Michigan, Dodge is hosting a drag racing event at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, a concert featuring Diplo, and enough other attractions to keep your attention for the night. Of course, you’ll also be able to see the final Last Call Challenger in person.
The downside? It’s not free. Though, for a fun night in Las Vegas, and an evening of drag racing and looking at cars, the $25 general admission fee isn’t too bad. For $60, you can opt for a cruise-in ticket, which nets you and a passenger a pass, and free admission for anyone under 12 years old. The event kicks off at noon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 20, but we’ll have to wait until 6 pm to see the sheets pulled off the Last Call model.
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