Dodge has revealed the (deep breath) Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition (phew!) ahead of the Woodward Dream Cruise, paying tribute to one of its 1960s legends.
The blue-and-white Daytona (as it'll be known from here forwards, purely to save words) is based on the existing Charger Hellcat Widebody, with power from the same supercharged 6.2-litre V8 Hemi engine boosted to make 535kW and 881Nm of torque.
Although that's only 7kW more than the stock car, it's enough to make the Daytona the "most powerful Charger ever".
Dodge hasn't revealed acceleration figures for the special edition, but we'd wager they won't differ too far from the standard car's numbers – 60mph (97km/h) in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 315km/h.
Inside, the car has been treated to a set of sports seats with Daytona embroidery, along with a suede steering wheel and headliner. The stitching is bright blue, and the carbon-fibre trim is (apparently) real. As you'd expect of a special edition, there's a plaque commemorating the car's special-ness as well.
Four different exterior colours are offered: Pitch Black, Triple Nickel, White Knuckle and the B5 Blue you see here.
Just 501 examples of the Daytona will be built, commemorating the (you guessed it) 501 Charger Daytona models built in 1969. Speaking of which, the original Daytona was designed to qualify the Charger for NASCAR racing.
"Today, with the introduction of the limited-production Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona, we are both recognising the Dodge brand’s performance heritage and staying true to our roots by offering high-performance, collectible vehicles that continue to defy the trends and deliver attainable performance that can’t be found anywhere else," said Tim Kuniskis, head of Dodge, Chrysler and Fiat passenger cars in North America.