“Last Call” 2023 Dodge Challenger 807 hp Black Ghost.

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Last call for a legend.

  • The 2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost is the most powerful production model to date, with 807 horsepower inside. It is highly specialized, with Black Ghost-specific exterior and interior decorations. Dodge plans to keep the Black Ghost highly exclusive and plans to manufacture only 300 units to maintain its specialty.

As we roll into the EV age and the swan song for a number of internal combustion models — the 2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost is the latest “Last Call” special edition, using the widebody Hellcat Redeye as its foundation. With an extra 10 horsepower, a Pitch Black paint job and unique a gator-skin vinyl roof pattern. This look mirrors that of the original Black Ghost, a 1970 Challenger R/T that gained a mythical aura in the Detroit street racing scene. Only 300 2023 models will be built. This is one to grab!

Dodge is nearly finished unveiling its Last Call special edition Challengers and Chargers, with the latest, the 2023 Challenger Black Ghost, representing the sixth out of seven sendoff variants for the V-8–powered muscle cars. The Black Ghost is based on the widebody SRT Hellcat Redeye model, but it boosts the supercharged 6.2-liter V-8’s output by 10 ponies to a total of 807 horsepower.

The Black Ghost name comes from a 1970 Challenger R/T SE that prowled the streets of Detroit 50 years ago. For the 2023 homage, Dodge will paint 300 Challenger Hellcat Redeyes in Pitch Black with a black faux-gator-skin roof vinyl that mimics the look of the original. The Black Ghost edition also features a chrome “Dodge” front badge, a white stripe on the rear fender, and chrome script “Challenger” badges on the grille, front fender, and rear spoiler. The Black Ghost rides on 20-inch Satin Carbon wheels, and stopping power comes via black six-piston Brembo brakes.

A Tasty Interior

The interior is also black, with seats and doors wrapped in Alcantara and Laguna leather and a red SRT logo adorning the Alcantara steering wheel. The instrument panel receives a special Black Ghost badge that includes the iconic Dodge Fratzog logo and a gator-scale pattern, as well as carbon-fiber bezels. Orders open this fall, and you can expect the Black Ghost to cost significantly more than the standard $87,340 Challenger Hellcat Redeye.

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