Build the 2021 Dodge Challenger Super Stock, Charger Redeye Online Now
Dodge announced the pricing for the Challenger SRT Super Stock and Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye back in August, including key option prices. The Challenger Super Stock was offered for 2020 in limited numbers due to the short model year, so we got a good look at the full pricing for the 807-horsepower muscle car from people who purchased them. In September, the order banks opened for the 797-horsepower Charger Redeye, at which point we got a look at the full list of option prices for that model as well.
While we have known the vehicle and option prices for both the Challenger Super Stock and Charger Redeye for a few months, the Build & Price page for the 2021 models previously hadn’t been available. We have received many questions about that entertaining web page and while we don’t know exactly when it went live, you can now build your ideal Challenger Super Stock or Charger Redeye on Dodge.com now. Technically, you can now build every version of the 2021 Challenger and Charger, but the big news is those two new, high performance models.
2021 Challenger Super Stock
When you Build & Price the 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock on the brand’s website, you start with an MSRP of $79,595. That quickly rises with the addition of the standard automatic transmission ($2,995) and destination charges ($1,495) to $84,085. Right now, there is a National Retail Consumer Cash program that knocks $6,000 off of the price of the 807-horsepower Mopar muscle car, lowering the base price to $78,085.
Options for the Challenger Super Stock include a few different stripe packages for $995 each, the black satin painted hood ($1,995), the black satin painted roof ($1,495), a full black satin graphics package ($3,495), the Mopar hood pin kit ($425), black brake calipers ($595) and the SRT Performance spoiler ($995). You cannot get the black hood with the black roof in the configurator, so if you want those, you have to get the full black graphics package.
If you configure a 2021 Challenger SRT Super Stock with every available option, you get a total price of $89,170, but if you are focused on the most bang for your buck, the base price of the Super Stock package gets you everything needed to go fast. All of the added options are aesthetic.
2021 Charger Hellcat Redeye
When you build the 797-horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, you begin with an MSRP of $78,595. When you add in the unavoidable destination fee of $1,495, you get a total base price of $80,090. Like the Super Stock, the Charger Redeye is currently subject to the $6,000 National Retail Consumer Cash plan, leading to a price of $74,090 right now.
The Charger Redeye has more options than the Challenger Super Stock, but they all related to exterior appearance or interior luxury. On the outside, there is an assortment of stripes, along with the black satin packages, three different wheel choices, four different Brembo brake caliper colors, locking lug nuts and three-season performance tires.
On the inside, Charger Redeye buyers can order Demonic Red seats, a Harman Kardon sound system, a power sunroof and red seat belts. Also, while the 8.4-inch UConnect screen comes standard, buyers can add navigation with the Navigation & Travel Group. There are also the Carbon/Suede Interior Group and the Alcantara Interior Package for those who want to change up the stock cabin a bit.
When you configure the 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye with every available option that can be combined, we get a total price of $93,045, but with the current discount plans, that number drops to $87,045.
If you want to build and price your ideal 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock or Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, check out the Dodge.com website.