Although DaimlerChrysler had originally planned to bring the upcoming retro-rod Dodge Challenger to Europe, it seems Cerberus has had a change of heart. They apparently see the Challenger as a limited production model that will only be available in the States, and as such they have made the decision not to sell the car in Europe, according to reports on AutoTelegraaf.

We'll finally see the production version of the Challenger in Chicago next February, and production should start at Chrysler's Brampton plant later in 2008. It seems like an eternity since we first glimpsed this Mustang challenger (Har dee har), but fortunately for us in America, at least we'll eventually get a chance to purchase one. Well, Europeans might be able to through brokers, but nothing officially from Dodge. But hey, at least they have the Avenger and upcoming Journey to look forward to!

[Source: AutoTelegraaf via MotorAuthority]

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