As the Dodge Charger and Challenger head to their final production year, the carmaker is making it easier for owners to add a convertible top to the world’s quickest and most powerful muscle car.
Done by Drop Top Customs, the oldest convertible coachbuilder in the U.S., Dodge is now allowing customers to order them through participating Dodge dealers in the U.S.
Drop Top Customs has 46 years of modification experience, creating convertibles, including modern-era Dodge Challenger convertibles, that feature a fully hydraulic power top with structural reinforcements that reduce body flex while retaining interior space. Quality design, padded roof, and heated glass rear window result in uncompromised comfort and provide sound and temperature insulation.
Through this program, Dodge dealerships will schedule unmodified customer vehicle orders to ship directly from Stellantis’ Brampton (Ontario, Canada) Assembly Plant to Drop Top Customs for third-party modifications, providing a more efficient build time and allowing owners to take the keys at their preferred dealership after completion.
Although the convertible isn’t done by Dodge per se, it does hark back to when they did offer Challenger convertibles in 1970 and 1971.
This program is so far available to both 2022 and 2023 Dodge Challenger R/T, R/T Scat Pack, and all Challenger SRT models.
The pricing for the conversion is pegged at USD 25,999 (P 1.450 million).