Though bellbottoms and tie-dye didn’t last this sixties creation is still a quality ride. The 1969 Dodge Charger was by far the most iconic model of its range and sported a 425bhp engine and a top speed of 134mph. That’s outta sight, man.


  • MAX POWER 425 bhp at 5000 rpm
  • MAX TORQUE 664 Nm at 4000 rpm
  • LENGTH 5283 mm
  • WIDTH 1946 mm
  • HEIGHT 1351 mm
  • WEIGHT 1477 kg
  • TOP SPEED 215 km/h
  • 0-62 MPH / 0-100 Km/h 6.1 s

Tuning Specs

  • Full stock

    How it rolls off the dealer lot. This is your basic ride and a ‘blank canvas’ for your own modified evolutions!

  • Street

    Dealer options and off the shelf DIY additions. Useable day-to-day ride with enough grunt to have serious fun.

  • Dirt

    Internal crash cage; uprated suspension; dirt tires on tough rims; sump guards and braided hosing; flaps, fenders and spots; newer models uprated to all wheel drive. Go tear up those backwoods!

  • Performance

    Anything to get the power up! Holes cut here and there, after market components, track day tires on lightweight rims. There’s no hiding the intent here – this machine is built to compete.

  • Circuit

    Wider track; lower ride height; interior stripped out; crash cage, seats and harness; pro engine tuning, wind tunnel aero package; extra cooling for fluids and brakes, low profile racing slicks on superlight, super wide rims. NOT road legal!