Following on from a popular debut at the SEMA show last year, American tuners HPP has released new details about their Daytona Concept conversion package for the Dodge Challenger.
Designed to mimic the old favourite Plymouth Superbird, the base package features a new front nose, pop-up headlights, an aluminum bonnet (with a T/A-style scoop), new taillights, 20-inch wheels and of course a signature massive rear wing. The cabin gets a replacement instrument cluster, a unique shifter, and HHP floor mats.
Other available options include a special ventilated hood, ground effects lighting, painted interior trim and custom seats.
In terms of performance, the company offers three different superchargers for the 6.1-litre HEMI V8, three KW coilover suspensions, and a Magnaflow exhaust.
Getting this old school cool machine isn’t cheap and with every aftermarket item selected the entire package adds up to $41,461 USD and that doesn’t include the price of the donor Dodge Challenger.
Check out images of the HPP Plymouth Superbird in the gallery below.