Dodge’s 2023 Charger King Daytona pays tribute to the drag-racing star William Robinson and his 1969 Charger – and it sure is special.

The new Dodge Charger King Daytona makes its premiere at the thrilling 2022 Detroit Auto Show in September. 

The King Daytona is the fifth in a line of seven "Last Call" vehicles that the firm will make as it prepares to retire the Charger and

Charger models and usher in a new era. Only 300 units are permitted to use the charger.

The beautiful Dodge Charger King Daytona pays homage to the West Coast-based drag racing era of the 1960s and 1970s. 

Take yourself back to that time period, when a guy by the name of William "Big Willie" Robinson gave his Dodge Charger the moniker "King Daytona," 

with the intention of motivating competitors to keep their vehicles on the track and off the streets.

The new Dodge will be painted in a stunning Go Mango colour encircled by a satin black spoiler, 

and King Daytona graphics will be applied to the back fender, in case you haven't previously seen a sneak peek.

The 2023 Dodge Charger King Daytona's “Go Mango” Hue Is Nothing Short Of Spectacular

Talk about curb appeal now. Your attention will be drawn to its enormous hood right away. 

We'll discuss the significance of the awesome "wildcat" insignia that sits next to an SRT badge on the two grilles that divide the bumper. 

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