NAP Exclusive wraps up its first large-scale tuning project
After producing performance exhaust solutions for cars for a while, German vendor NAP Sportauspuff Manufaktur GmbH decided to expand its scope of business to incorporate tuning. This Dodge Challenger is the first project with “NAP Exclusive” branding on it.
Aside from the exhaust system with jet-like muzzles, the muscle car gained a front spoiler, side sill extensions, a rear spoiler, and a diffuser-shaped rear detail. The kit mixes well with the stock aero parts and lends the Challenger a more aggressive stance overall.
The company contacted Vossen Wheels to design a fitting wheel set for the one-off ride. It ended up with a set of 22-inch Vossen HF2 rims finished in bronze and wrapped in Continental Sport Contact 6 rubber. Coil-over springs dropped the ride height by around 40 mm (1.6”).
A full interior makeover rounds things off with fine Nappa leather and Alcantara coming in a combination of dark grey and beige. Carbon-fiber details can be seen everywhere, and NAP-branded floor mats let everyone know it’s not a stock car.
Not bad for an emerging brand, wouldn’t you say?
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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