The three concepts are from Chrysler's in house tuning division SRT, drag racing specialists Mopar Underground and another which is a full-blown competition car that raced and completed the Targa Newfoundland race this year.
Dodge Challenger SRT10 Concept
In a combination of Tornado Red and raw carbon-fibre, the Challenger SRT10 Concept boasts an 8.4-litre all-aluminium V10 engine with 447kW and 758Nm lifted straight from the Dodge Viper.
The Challenger SRT10 also adds upgraded brakes, Bilstein shocks and a nostalgic 'shaker' hood which pays homage to the 1970 HEMI Cuda as well as feeding the V10 engine with fresh air.
The interior boasts sports seats and carbon-fibre accents and a red engine start push-button in the dash.
Whilst only officially a concept, it takes no stretch of the mind to see Dodge putting this model into limited production.
Dodge Challenger Blacktop
The menacing Challenger Blacktop began life as a regular Challenger R/T equipped with a 5.7-litre HEMI V8 engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
Mopar Underground has added unique spoilers and front diffuser along with a striking black-on-black colour scheme and massive 22-inch Dodge Viper wheels.
The engine has been improved with several Mopar additions including a cat back dual-exhaust and cold air intake to help the HEMI breathe.
Mopar coil-overs and a strut tower brace sharpen the handling which complements the under hood performance enhancements.
The interior features Katzkin leather seating finished in bright red plus a Mopar Kicker audio system for premium sound.
Dodge Challenger Targa
This full blown competition car started life as a Mopar Challenger drag race package car, with even more enhancements added from the Dodge Viper - most notably the snakeskin green paint scheme.
A Mopar chin spoiler keeps the front end planted while the bonnet scoop feeds the 402kW and 663Nm 392 HEMI V8 crate motor which is mated to a modified version of the factory six-speed manual gearbox.
The Stop-Tech brake package consists of six-piston callipers up front and four-pot callipers down back clamping onto 380mm and 355mm rotors respectively.
The race suspension developed by KW has been lifted from Dodge's fastest production model, the Viper ACR.