BIRMINGHAM, MI – Chrysler Group will build a high-performance version of its Dodge Challenger muscle coupe, says Steven Landry, executive vice president-NAFTA sales, global marketing, service and parts. The Challenger from Chrysler’s Street and Racing Technology operation is expected to launch sometime after the ’09-model base car rolls off the line next year at the auto maker’s assembly plant in Brampton, ON, Canada. The SRT8-badged Challenger will be based on the next-generation LX ...

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