2011 DODGE CHALLENGER SRT8 392
Kia Forte Koup R Concept inspired by its racing siblings that take part in the GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and developed by Kia’s racing partner, Kinetic Motorsports, who built and campaigns the Forte Koup race cars. This model make debut at this week’s SEMA aftermarket show.
2010 Kia Forte Koup R Concept performance upgrades are limited to a set of BBS RG 18-inch forged aluminum alloy wheels, race-inspired tires and suspension components, a short throw gearshift and dampened composite fiber disc clutch.
Exterior is finished in a dramatic looking gray color and comes with a widened body kit that includes front fenders, rocker panels and rear quarter panels.
While the designers modified the interior with custom dressed seats and door panels, a new gear shift knob and carbon inlays.
2010 KIA FORTE KOUP TYPE R CONCEPT
2011 Challenger SRT8 392 Inaugural Edition will be built only 1,492 examples (1,100 for the U.S. and 392 for Canada). The Inaugural Edition debuts at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas the firm’s new 392 c.i. [6.4-liters] V8 HEMI that pumps out 470 ponies and 470 lb.-ft. of torque, or 45HP and 90 lb-ft more than the previous SRT8’s 6.1-liter V8 engine. This car will start within the next few weeks.
With V8 HEMI also features Chrysler’s Fuel Saver technology in automatic transmission [five-speed] equipped models, which allows the engine to operate more economically on four cylinders or use all eight cylinders when needed. Customers can opt for the available Tremec TR-6060 six-speed manual transmission.
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 can complete the 0-60 mph [96km/h] sprint in the high 4-second range and the quarter-mile in the high 12s. Dodge offer will be treated with exclusive exterior and interior content for those that manage to get their hands on one of the Inaugural Editions.
Exterior using 20-inch wheels, “392 HEMI” badges, Mopar quad exhaust tips, a larger front splitter, rear spoiler, integrated front fender spats and a body colored front grille. Buyers will have the choice of two colors, either Deep Water Blue with standard Stone White stripes or Bright White Clear Coat with standard Viper Blue stripes.
Interior upgrades include standard Smooth Pearl White leather-trimmed seats with dual blue stripes accented by unique blue stitching and a silver metal brush finish for the center instrument panel, center stack and console bezels. The door trim panels also feature silver metal brush grab handles inside Pearl White door bolsters with special blue accents.