The Dodge Challenger has been available for more than ten years, yet it continues to be one of FCA's most popular models.

The vehicle has long been a reliable and capable alternative in the world of American muscle cars.

Its affordable starting price is one of the key factors contributing to its popularity.

However, Dodge does provide a wide range of choices.

its new "Never Lift" marketing initiative, Dodge hopes to better serve its consumers by giving them more opportunities to customize their cars.

The 2022 Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody models from Dodge will support the new Jailbreak concept.

This will enable buyers to choose previously unattainable color schemes for the whole vehicle.

The Jailbreak model's main selling point is its range of available colors, while the Charger and Challenger also get a ton of exclusive extras with the upgrade.

The Jailbreak versions' supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 gains 10 horsepower through a powertrain tuning, producing an absurdly high output of 807 horsepower.

For every syllable in its lengthy model name, that translates to more than 115 horsepower.

Notably, its power does not only equal that of the Challenger Super Stock

but it is also only one pony short of the limited-edition 808-hp Demon that is no longer available.

Driving a Challenger is always fun. Power is easily accessible with the 6.2-liter V8 in any gear at practically any speed

It is adequately fast, although a few tenths slower than comparable contemporary muscle cars.