The 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 is a Dodge-manufactured muscle car tuned by SRT.
The 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 is a muscle car built on the Chrysler E platform by Dodge, which was further tuned for high performance by SRT, a group owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
Asphalt 7: Heat
Shortened to Dodge Challenger SRT8, it appears as a Tier 3 vehicle and is available by default.
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Asphalt 8: Airborne
Renamed as the SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8, it was added in the The Great Wall Update as a mid Class C car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1173
- MAX rank: 1372 (+199)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1496 (+124)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +43
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 232
- Nitro Efficiency: 8/13/18
The Challenger SRT8 only strength is its high top speed. This comes at the cost of slow acceleration, weak handling, wide drifting radius, and a subpar nitro efficiency. The drift radius is incredibly wide, comparable to that of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Coupé Final Edition, and its handling is abysmal. The Challenger SRT8's recovery speed out of a corner is very slow due to its slow acceleration and its subpar nitro.
The SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 can be used as an entry car for mid Class C Time-Limited Events for those who do not have enough resources to purchase or upgrade the Acura NSX 2005 or assemble the Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG. Due to its poor handling, below-average acceleration, and relatively high starting rank, the SRT8 is not usable for Multiplayer.
The SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 counts towards the U.S. Monsters, Extra Horses, Drive in Style, and New World Glory collections. Completing all of those collections awards a total of 195,000, 6 Class A Upgrades, 4 Class S Upgrades, and 40 Tuning Kits.
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 costs 2,550 (originally 165,000, then 1,100). As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 760,000 while Pro Kits require 252,000, 15 of each Class C Part, 16 Early & Initial Techs each, 8 Mid-Techs and 20 V6 Engines.
Now correctly named as the Dodge Challenger SRT8 although still badged as an SRT, the Challenger appears as a Class C car.
Like in Asphalt 8, the Challenger has slow acceleration, high top speed, weak handling, and a wide drifting radius.
Again correctly known as Dodge Challenger SRT8 and now correctly badged as a Dodge, the Challenger appears as a Class S Muscle Car. The Challenger has been modified for off-road use and now has twin light bars, driver/passenger window nets, obscured front headlights, trunk lid delete, rear bumper cut-out, and off-road wheels & tires.
Between the game debut (v1.0.0) to the Alps Update (v1.3.2), the Dodge Challenger SRT8 costed A8 credits small 1,930,000 or 2,169 to purchase during a limited offer. With the Coachella Update, the Challenger now requires 30 of its Blueprints to be built. The Challenger starts off at a very high rank of 41, and costs 250 credits for oil changes, taking 3 hours to be completed.
Prior to the Coachella Update, the Dodge Challenger SRT8 was the highest ranked and fastest muscle car in the game, and was one of the fastest cars overall. As a Class S Muscle Car, it had good acceleration and handling capabilities prior to the Coachella Update, and didn't suffer from slow acceleration on rough terrain. The Challenger also had an incredibly high top speed of 284 km/h, making it the second-fastest car in the game, only beaten by the Subaru WRX STI GRC. During the transition into the car leveling system, the SRT8 was struck with a performance nerf at it's maximum rank, as well as significantly worse handling. These nerfs has now made the Challenger one of the slower muscle cars in the game, due to it's top speed being severely low, and it's other stats being either poor or mediocre. The Challenger has a tendency to straighten itself out while drift boosting, although it is not as rampant as the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, and can sometimes be prevented if the driver taps the brakes just after the drift-boost.
At level 50, the SRT8 is only marginally better than the Bailey Blade XT4 in terms of pace, and pales in comparison to the upper echelon of muscle cars (namely the Mercedes-AMG C 63 Touring Car 2016 and 2017 Bass 770), let alone the other archetypes in the game. While the handling is slightly better than the XT4, the SRT8 is still best suited on the straightaways found in Off-Piste Race or High Altitude. As a result of having overall lackluster performance, the Challenger is below average at it's worst, and at it's worst, frustratingly slow on unfavorable tracks.
The displayed and approximate fake speed of the Level 50 Dodge Challenger SRT8 are:
(Speed Modifier is ~86.5% when using the Land Rover Defender as a benchmark.)
- Top Speed w/o boost: 184.2 mph (~159.3 mph)
- Top Speed w/ Level 1 long nitro: 188 mph (~162.6 mph)
- Top Speed w/ Level 2 long nitro: 191 mph (~165.2 mph)
- Top Speed w/ Level 3 long nitro: 197 mph (~170.4 mph)
- Top Speed w/ Level 4 ET long nitro: 201.5 mph (~174.3 mph)
- Top Speed w/ All-in nitro: 202 mph (~174.7 mph)
- Top Speed w/ All-in nitro & ET: 209 mph (~180.785 mph)
- Max Air Speed: 225 mph (~194.6 mph)
- Max Air Speed w/ ET: 229 mph (198.1 mph)
The Challenger's overall top speed is severely hampered by having one of the worst speed modifiers in the game. The long nitro speed is comparable to the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, and is noticeably worse than the XT4 in this regard. Due to the archetype's inability to maintain all-in nitro for a lengthy amount of time, the SRT8 is practically stuck with it's weak long nitro speed, and while an Extra Tank booster can remedy this issue to a certain extent, the SRT8's pace will still often be over 4 seconds slower than the C 63 or Bass 770. Such weak performance makes the SRT8 an unrecommended choice for Multiplayer, where faster cars can outdrag, outmaneuver, or even knockdown the SRT8. Unlike the XT4, the SRT8 does not appear in any time-limited events apart from solo challenges due to it being in Class-S, which makes the case of upgrading the SRT8 much more harder to make when there are so much better alternatives that can be found within and outside the muscle car archetype.
In conclusion, due to having no real redeeming uses in anything apart from it's career event, the Dodge Challenger SRT8 is not a priority to max out. Having the highest starting rank in the game does mean that ranking up to Level 50 require less blueprints and Class-S tools than other Class-S cars, but even with this unique advantage, the SRT8 is nothing more than a novelty item.
| Dodge Challenger SRT8 Blueprint – Last checked: Jul 18, 2020|
Rarity: Class S
Vehicle: Dodge Challenger SRT8 (30 to build)
Availability: Boxes, Black Market
- Race 292 (Class S, levels 47–50)
- Recommended level: 48
Asphalt 9: Legends
The Challenger SRT8 now appears as a low-Class C car with the following rank statistics:
Similar to its Asphalt 8 version, the Challenger SRT8 has weak handling, a wide drifting radius, and inefficient nitro but now has decent acceleration. As the starter Class C car, the Challenger is commonly used to progress in Career Mode, as well as Multiplayer Races and Daily Events, before the player acquires and upgrades better cars like BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, Lotus Evora Sport 410, and Mercedes-AMG GT S.
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