Dodge will produce 1,000 special-edition 2014 Challenger R/Ts with "shaker" hoods, which have air intakes that protrude through the hood and shake with the engine below.
The shaker hood, a throwback to the automaker's muscle cars from the 1960s and early 1970s, was the most requested item among Dodge enthusiasts, brand chief Tim Kuniskis said.
The special-edition Challenger R/Ts also will get an electronic exhaust dump, a switch that enables the driver to change the roar of the exhaust to a much lower, growling note.
The Shaker Challenger R/T was shown last week at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas and will go on sale in January.
The shaker hoods surround working cold-air intakes mounted to the Challenger's 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 engine. They are engineered to meet modern noise and safety regulations, Chrysler officials said. Pricing will start at $37,990, including shipping. Production begins in the first quarter of 2014.
Dodge also is resurrecting the Scat Pack Club, which operated from 1968 to 1971 among the brand's enthusiasts. Scat Pack cars had a cigar-band stripe around the tail and a logo, both of which will return, Kuniskis said.
Instead of publishing a monthly newsletter, the modern Scat Pack club will operate an Internet forum where Dodge enthusiasts can assist each other and discuss Dodge products.
The brand is also selling three Scat Pack performance kits each for the Dart, Charger and Challenger through the Mopar parts and service brand.