Some wacky aftermarket kits have been produced to make Challengers appear like Daytona Chargers. Though functional, it’s likely that most won’t reach for these wild body kits. This means very little can, and will be, done to reshape the face of the Challenger.
To increase aerodynamics, one doesn’t need to bring the front end to a point. Chin spoilers can be added to help the car cut through the wind while diffusers can be added to keep the air flowing turbulent-free through the rear.
Chin Spoilers: Fitted to the front of the car below the grille, chin spoilers work to help the car cut through the air with ease. As the Challenger travels forward, air pressure builds up under the car. This pressure works as a force that pushes the car upward. Chin spoilers work to prevent this by redirecting the air and reducing how much can build up underneath. This mod gives the car tremendous advantages over its stock form when traveling at high speeds.
Rear diffusers: Air pressure buildup under the car can be reduced with chin spoilers but is unavoidable. Rear diffusers work to reduce the resistance of air flow through the rear of the vehicle. When paired with a chin spoiler, these units work to dramatically reduce the amount of pressure that can build up underneath the vehicle while traveling at high speeds.