Dodge is hoping to capture the imagination of would-be tire smokers at this year's SEMA show with the Dodge Challenger SRT10. The concept is, as you might guess, a version of the Challenger SRT8 with two more cylinders. Where did these extra cylinders come from? Why a Viper SRT10 (Dodge doesn't have that many V10 designs lying around). And how much power does the Viper V10 engine unload on the Challenger?
In concept form the Challenger should get 600 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque out of the 8.4-liter V10. To keep the SRT10 on the road the concept was upgraded with new brakes and Bilstein shocks. To keep the SRT10 SEMA-worthy they added a carbon fiber hood to replace the stickers and some sportier seats. [Dodge via AutoWeek]