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This Dodge Challenger concept has possibly the greatest name in the history of cars

Welcome Internet, to the Holy Guacamole concept. Yes, you read that right.

Published: 01 Nov 2021

Ahead of this week’s SEMA show in Las Vegas, Dodge has let its engineers over at Mopar have a play with one of 2020’s limited run Challenger R/T Scat Pack Widebody 50th Anniversary editions.

What those engineers have created is absolutely fantastic – chiefly because they’ve named it the Dodge Challenger Holy Guacamole concept. Greatest car name ever?

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We’re guessing they’ve gone for that moniker because the Challenger has been painted in a lovely shade of ‘Rotten Avocado’ green. It’s all in an attempt to inject even more retro 1970s cool into the modern-day Challenger. It’s working. 

There’s a Mopar suspension kit too, as well as 20-inch Forgeline wheels and a ‘Gold School’ painted shaker bonnet scoop. The 6.4-litre HEMI V8 gets treated to a Mopar cold-air intake and an optimised air box. 

The interior is almost as excellent as the naming strategy. Green and yellow tartan seats are combined with wooden trim for a properly 70s look. Surely Dodge should put this thing on sale? We were sold before we’d even set eyes on it…

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