The Dodge Challenger and Charger really are getting on a bit, aren’t they? Successors are a long way off too, but increasingly, it seems that this doesn’t matter. Being shouty V8 anachronisms in today’s motoring world works for the pair, particularly when FCA is so good at making the most of its extensive back-catalogue.
Already available in a variety of colours inspired by Challengers and Chargers of the past (Plum Crazy is a particular favourite), the muscle cars can now be specced in Sublime green. It hasn’t been on the Challenger options menu since 2015, and it hasn’t been possible to colour a Charger like this since 2007.
It’s on a wider range of models this time, too. Sublime is an option on the Charger Scat Pack and SRT Hellcat derivatives for the first time ever, and it’s coming back to the Challenger T/A, which was last available with the paint in 1970.
Fancy your own slice of lurid green, V8 goodness? You’ll be able to order one from February.