EXOMOD, the company known for taking brand-new Dodge Challenger Hellcats, stripping them down to their safety cages, and completely rebodying them in carbon fiber as bespoke widebody 1968 Dodge Chargers, introduces their latest masterpiece: The D69 Carbon Daytona.
What started as an 807hp Redeye Challenger Hellcat has been transformed into one of America’s most beloved muscle cars, complete with an all-carbon-fiber Aero Body grafted over a modern chassis. It’s the perfect fusion of old school muscle on modern tech, providing the driver with an iconic nostalgic look combined with current supercar reliability, comfort and performance. As coined by the auto industry, the ultimate RetroMod.
As a brand-new, modernized version of the classic Daytona, the D69 Carbon is vastly improved in every aspect. It’s truly a bespoke original, as no two will ever be created alike. EXOMOD’s meticulous build process for the D69 Carbon requires more than 2,000 hours and is truly unique. Its unparalleled marriage of tradition and technology delivers the best of both worlds.
The process starts with a brand-new Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye, fully loaded and ready for transformation. It’s stripped down to its safety cage and meticulously rebuilt with EXOMOD’s custom carbon fiber Aero Body – brilliantly reimagining the iconic 1969 Dodge Daytona. The result is the D69 Carbon, which retains the Dodge factory powertrain warranty of 5 years/60,000 miles and offers peace of mind with convenient servicing at most Dodge dealerships.
The EXOMOD D69 Carbon Daytona build includes:
Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye platform
Bespoke carbon fiber body panels designed to transform the car into a 1969 Dodge Daytona
6.2-liter supercharged V8 boasting 807 horsepower
All carbon fiber Aero body (wing, nose, fender scoops)
Cosmetic carbon reveal on the Daytona Wing, tail panel, door jambs, rockers and rear diffuser
Firenze Red Pearl body color
Original stainless finish on flip-top gas cap and taillight trim
Sequential LED taillights by DigiTails
3.09 Anti-Spin Differential
8spd TorqueFlite Paddle-Shift Transmission
SRT Power Chiller
SRT Competition Suspension
2,000-hour build: No expense spared in the design and development of this custom carbon fiber body with bespoke exoskeleton modifications
Custom Engine Compartment with carbon fiber close-out and cowl panels
Brembo Brakes with six-piston calipers and 15.70” slotted rotors
Custom Active Exhaust
Forgeline DE3C Wheels with Dark Satin Bronze centers and brushed outers
Nitto NT555 tires
Two-tone Italian leather featuring Ink & Walnut color seats with Walnut door panels
Retains Dodge 5 year/60,000 mile Powertrain warranty
“The Dodge Daytona is perhaps the pinnacle of the muscle car movement of the late ‘60s. It represents raw power and esthetics that appealed to every automotive enthusiast to this day,” says Rick Katzeff, CEO of EXOMOD. “Building a D69 Daytona has been a dream of mine for many years and I’m thrilled that we can now offer this vehicle to our clients with modern-day performance and peace of mind.”
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