2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 "Wrapped Challenger" by CCG Automotive

Apparently, car wrapping is still a go-to accessory in Germany, so when CCG Automotive got their hands on a new Challenger SRT8 , a lime green wrap was the way to go. Not only did they make the Challenger stand out in an electric green way, they also tinkered around underneath the hood so the muscle car could pump out 600 HP.

The Dodge Challenger was separated from its usual 6.1 liter V8 engine and brought together with a new 7.0 liter Stroker HEMI-V8 engine that delivers a total 600 HP and an impressive 470 lb-ft of torque. As a result, the new SRT8 hits a top speed of more than 186 mph. The new engine was then combined with a new exhaust system with two square exhaust-pipe-ends, a new engine hood that allows the space needed for the new engine, and a KW coilover suspension with adjustable rebound damping to increase chassis performance.

The CCG Challenger package also includes a new set of 22" black wheels with Pirelli Scorpion Zero Rollers, 265/35R22 on the steering axle and 295/30R22 on the drive axle. As previously mentioned, the Challenger was covered in a green and white wrap, accentuated with new LSD doors.

The interior was also tweaked with soft Alcantara and smooth leather in anthracite/black, as well as a new MyGIG hard disk audio system with Radio, CD/DVD player, and Touch screen.


I like the paint job with the cool green and white racing stripes. The door looks stunning but the headlights are dull looking.

The LSD door is eye-catching as well as the chosen colors. How much did you think it’ll cost? 

The LSD door is eye-catching as well as the chosen colors. How much did you think it’ll cost? 

The total makeover makes it nearer to its perfection. HEMI V8 engine makes the most of its performance. It’s definitely giving the best shot to customers.

This muscle car definitely becomes more aggressive and sporty with the LSD doors. It’s an eye-catching piece with the green and white stripes along the car.

I’m loving its innovative and unique doors! By its color, you can say that aside from its sporty appeal, it also is a little vintage.

You know what’s really cool about this one? CCG Automotive didn’t have to give it a maximum makeover since its built is already close to perfection. Its paint job is done exquisitely, by the way!

Lambo doors meet american muscle, i like it

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