This eye-catching car was a collaboration between Pfaff Designs and Downforce Motorsports, and was built by RM Motorsports in Wixom, Michigan. It features a number of custom touches that really set it off from a regular Challenger.
The body has a white and gray theme with purple trim that looks really cool in person. The appearance of the car has been changed with a custom front splitter and hood extractors which are obviously not Original Equipment. In the rear, a custom air dam and a large wing help keep the car stable at high speeds.
Under the hood is a 392 cubic inch Hemi V8 rated at 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque. This car’s power is bumped up a bit thanks to a set of Kooks headers and a Magnaflow exhaust. It’s also equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, McLeod Racing twin-disc clutch, and a Barton Industries short throw shifter.
This ride is slammed with an Air Lift performance suspension and it sits just right. It rides on a set of 20″ Forgeline RB3 wheels which are 9.5″ wide in the front and 11″ wide in the rear. The wheels are wrapped in Nitto NT05 tires.
I’m not usually a big Mopar fan, but for some reason, I like this car. The inspiration for this car comes from the 1980 Blondie song of the same name. The builders say that “Rapture” was a genre-buster that combined pop music with hip hop and edgy lyrics. In the same way, this car is a genre-buster that is both capable on the road course and in the show car circuit. We hope to see more from these guys in the future!