By Kurt Jones
Dodge Challenger Convertible Specification And Features:
Dodge Challenger Convertible from NCE Heads for SEMA Show
Newport Convertible Engineering or NCE for short will be debut the new Challenger Convertible at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. NCE which has chopped anything from a Prius to a GMC Yukon, has preferred to tease us with a few “photo-chopped” pictures of a factory Challenger SRT8. -Continued Apparently, we’ll have to wait for the SEMA Show opening on Tuesday, 4 November to see how NCE’s version has turned out. Until then, either check out the rest of the faux Challenger Convertible pics or click here to read about Coach Builders’ proposal.
One of the biggest rumors, which other people especially sport car lovers’ wants to hear on is the production of 2016 Dodge Challenger Convertible series by Dodge Company .It is extensively being known by buyers as one of the best vehicle alternate for muscle car model by Dodge. The huge reputation of the series makes Dodge company, as the best producer who frequently give innovation for the car for being able to stay strong in the tough competition for the car class. Recently, considering that the models of the cars are getting more competition through the general appearance of various cars in the marketplace it makes 2016 Dodge Challenger Convertible a refresh in their challenger series. The new challenger series will be named as 2016 Dodge Challenger Convertible will come to bring up to date the current model. Though being able to modernize the present model, the vehicle will not even leave its original make-ups especially for the original look from the exterior side
The New Dodge Challenger Convertible has handsome body and a muscular vehicle with combination of traditional retro look with the hi-technology features and powerful performances. Luckily, to make it more modernized, the new 2016 Dodge Challenger Convertible will be incorporated with LED technology for both its taillights and headlight and thus giving both improved vision and appearance that is more modern.