Dodge has revived another heritage color from its past: Go Mango.
This particular shade of orange was first introduced on the 1970 Challenger and was brought back for a limited production run in 2006 on Charger R/T Daytona models. It is also available on the 2016 Dodge Dart.
Back in 2006, Dodge built 4,210 Chargers painted in Go Mango and the color has not been offered since, making the shade particularly rare. The brand didn’t announced how many 2016 models would be finished in the hue, but expect it to be a limited number.
Customers interested in getting a Go Mango Challenger or Charger must get either a SRT 392 model or a Hellcat. Dealer order books for Go Mango cars are open now.
Recently Dodge brought back Plum Crazy purple which was such a success, the brand kept the purple shade around for an extra year due to high demand.
“Powerful performance cars like our Dodge Charger and Challenger demand high-impact colors,” said Tim Kuniskis, head of Dodge, SRT, Chrysler and FIAT North America. “Dodge muscle cars have a long history of unique paint colors with iconic names, and we’ll continue to reach back into our paint code archive to give our enthusiast customers what they want.”