2020 Challenger Interior


The 2020 Challenger has been revamped and is ready to challenge itself in the competitive muscle car segment. The interiors of the model have undergone quite a remarkable change to provide the rider with comfort, safety, and adrenaline, all at the same time.

Let us take a detailed look at the luxurious revamp of the Challenger’s Interiors:

Seating Options

The seats and materials used to design the interiors of the 2020 Challenger have an incredibly luxurious feel to them. It gives its riders the feeling of moving in luxury. The interiors of the Dodge are heavily customizable, all the way from the steering to the seats.

1. Performance Seats – The performance seats have been designed keeping in mind that every individual is shaped differently. These performance seats fit the contour of every unique individual, ensuring a safe and comfortable ride to each occupant. Suede insert seats are available as standard on the GT and R/T trims, while leather embroidered seats are provided on the more premium SRT Hellcat and Hellcat Redeye trims.

2. Sport Seats – These have been designed in such a way that they give the interiors a definitive sporty edge. There are customizations available too, in accordance with the different trims available.

The Challenger is a five-seater car and has the largest passenger space amongst all its rivals. • The U-Connect 4C NAV infotainment system with an 8.4-inch touchscreen is available as a standard feature across all the variants. There are two options for speakers:

1. Alpine Audio Group – A group of nine alpine speakers, a subwoofer, and 50-watt amplifier.

2. Harman Kardon Audio Group – A group of 18 speakers with a maximum of 900 watts of volume and two sub-woofers.

The Challenger also offers one of the best-in-class cargo spaces as compared to all of its direct competitors. The luggage storage space is estimated at about 16.2 cubic feet, which can easily fit two large suitcases.

Drive down to your closest dealership – Capital CJDR of Indian Trail – to take a quick look at the Challenger.


Source: Dodge