Dodge Last Call: Challenger & Charger Trim Configurations

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Meet the Last Call Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger trim levels

The Dodge muscle cars we know and love have reached the end of the road, and the Last Call Dodge Challenger trim levels and Dodge Charger trim levels make an ode to these silhouettes’ iconic styles. Learn more about each trim, and don’t wait to get a piece of modern vehicle history.

Dodge Charger Trims

Three Last Call Dodge Charger trim levels bring back some of the styles this unforgettable vehicle came in so that you can have a little piece of history.

  • Dodge Charger King Daytona Special Edition
  • Dodge Charger Super Bee Special Edition
  • Dodge Charger Swinger Special Edition

The King Daytona Special Edition Dodge Charger trim pays homage to the 1969 car that took control of the streets and the strip. Go ManGo exterior paint and unique King Daytona Satin Black deck lid vinyl steal the show on the exterior. Enjoy black Nappa Leather-Trimmed/Alcantara “Daytona” seats with orange stitching and orange interior accent stitching inside.

The Dodge Charger Super Bee Special Edition has been in and out of the drag scene for years, and you can get it as a Last Call model for the last time. This car has Super Bee exterior graphics and badges that make it stand out. Its Super Bee IP and seatback logos ensure you remember what fantastic car you’re driving.

The Dodge Charger Swinger Special Edition is directly influenced by its 70s style. Its unique Gold School Scat Pack grille, fender, and deck lid badges bring vintage flair to the exterior, while the Nappa leather-trimmed seats keep the interior modern and comfortable.

Explore all these amazing cars and more in our new Dodge Charger inventory before they’re gone.

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Dodge Challenger Trims

The Challenger is an intensely sporty two-door that brings the edge to your garage. The Last Call Dodge Challenger trim levels highlight three of the most unforgettable models this silhouette came in throughout history.

  • Dodge Challenger Black Ghost
  • Dodge Challenger Shakedown Special Edition
  • Dodge Challenger Swinger Special Edition

The Dodge Challenger Black Ghost is a modern take on the 1970s body construction. This car brings pitch-black paint and a contrasting white deck lid stripe to the exterior. Inside, sink into Alcantara/Laguna leather-trimmed seats, and spice up the look with real carbon fiber bezels. The Black Ghost Special Edition Challenger also adds 10 horsepower to the engine, bringing it to a whopping 807 horsepower.

The Dodge Challenger Shakedown Special Edition introduces a new take on the original Dodge Product Design Office Concept car. Its incredibly sporty exterior brings head-turning Red “392” Fender Graphics and a “Shakedown” Spoiler Graphic, a “Shakedown” Stripe with a red accent, and a black “Challenger” grille badge. On the interior, black Nappa leather/Alcantara seats with red stitching maintain the design.

The Dodge Challenger Swinger Special Edition brings back the high-performance design that started it all. Go back in time with this model’s vintage appeal. A Gold School-painted SHAKER hood scoop and Swinger exterior vinyl graphics give the exterior its look, while the interior hosts Nappa leather-trimmed/Alcantara seats and wood grain textured aluminum bezels.

These Challenger models also highlight the historic 5.7L HEMI® V8 engine. Find the Dodge Challenger you’ve dreamed of and explore specs like its Dodge Challenger MPG that can reach up to 30 MPG combined1 in SXT models. Discover this classic car before it’s too late.

Shop Last Call Dodge Charger Trim Levels and Dodge Challenger Trim Levels

This is the last call for the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger cars as we know them. Connect with us to learn more about these models or explore our Dodge Charger or new Dodge Challenger inventory. Or check out our frequently asked questions below for quick answers to your questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the last year for Dodge Charger and Challenger?

The last year for the Dodge Challenger and the Dodge Charger is 2023. The Dodge brand has introduced a series of Last Call models to celebrate these iconic styles on their way to retirement. Orders for the Last Call Dodge Charger and the Last Call Dodge Challenger are open, and dealerships can have the cars delivered for shoppers to come in and see them for themselves.

What are the Last Call Dodge cars?

The Last Call Dodge Charger and Challenger cars are commemorative versions of the HEMI engine-equipped Dodge Charger and Challenger models coming to an end in 2023. These vehicles are an ode to the classic builds for both Dodge vehicle types. Choose a Last Call Dodge model and drive away with a piece of history, proven by the Last Call underhood plaque applied on every model.

Is Dodge going to discontinue the Charger and Challenger?

The Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger are both being discontinued in December 2023. The Dodge brand has plans to replace these two muscle cars with a new electric vehicle—the eMuscle—in 2024. Last Call Charger and Challenger models will be the final gas-fueled cars by the Dodge brand, making them their piece of modern car history before we move into the future of electric cars.

What are the Last Call Challenger models?

There are three Last Call Dodge Challenger models to discover when you shop these limited-run muscle cars.

  • Dodge Challenger Black Ghost
  • Dodge Challenger Shakedown Special Edition
  • Dodge Challenger Swinger Special Edition

There is also the Blacktop Special Edition package in both Challenger and Charger lineups. This package introduces new performance upgrades to SXT and GT RWD models. Each of these Dodge Challenger trims includes features that highlight who Dodge is as a brand.

How much is the 2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost?

The 2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost is one of the Last Call Dodge models and can vary in price depending on where you shop and other factors. The Last Call Dodge Challenger Black Ghost Special Edition can cost around $99,315 MSRP. The retail price for this model doesn’t include the price for it to reach the dealership.


1Based on 2023 EPA mileage and driving range ratings. Use for comparison purposes only.