It looks like Chrysler doesn't want to focus on just one car while its presence at Detroit Auto show this year. Apart from the much expected Dart, the automaker is bringing two new vehicles, with Dodge Charger Redline being one of them. Tuned by Mopar, the Redline edition is based on the R/T model and will be revealed with the extensive use of carbon-fiber trim. It actually appears with three different tuning kits by Mopar. The Stage One offers a carbon fiber chin spoiler, added to the Charger's already aggressive front fascia, carbon fiber door scoops, a three-piece carbon fiber rear spoiler, and 20-inch Black Envy wheels.
The Stage Two and Stage Three are all about performance upgrades. The Stage Two includes a cat-back performance exhaust for more power and more sound, a front-tower cross-brace and tower brace caps for revised stability and better handling, and high-performance Mopar brake linings. The most impressive kit is Stage Three, which offers the high-performance version of 426 Hemi V8 crate engine. Built to be lighter (with weight about 100 pounds less than the standard cast-iron engine's) and more powerful, the unit is designed for racing use only. The Redline Charger concept was already showcased earlier, at the 2010 SEMA show.