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What is this? The Dodge Challenger is rapidly becoming the Porsche 911 of the muscle car world. Having started its third generation in 2008 with a relatively modest line-up, the nameplate has now become its own mini range of 15+ distinct models, each one packing its own unique mix of power and parts. And, as if those weren’t enough, Dodge has now added widebody versions to the Hellcat and R/T Scat Pack (don’t snigger). Plus, following the final production of the furious Demon, it has allowed key parts and technologies from the range topper to seep into yet more new variants. Which ones? On the drag racing side of things, that has given rise to the R/T Scat Pack 1320. This uses the regular 485bhp 392 V8 but adds the Demon’s adaptive damping with Drag Mode, line lock, transbrake, torque reserve and some extra chunky half-shafts, among other new bits. We haven’t driven this one yet, but it looks promising.