A First Order ride

As part of Fiat Chrysler's tie-in with Disney, here's a Stormtrooper-themed Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack.

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This isn't a special edition that you can pick up at the dealership -- these cars are, sadly, for marketing purposes only, and will likely return to plain white cars in a month or so.

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Black vinyl covers the doors, front fenders and part of the fascia.

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The Charger still retains all its important bits, like LED running lights, giant alloy wheels and Brembo brakes with red calipers.

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A few white vinyl overlays cover parts of the glass to complete the Stormtrooper aesthetic.

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Thankfully, the 6.4-liter, eight-cylinder engine continues to emit a hellacious sound from its tailpipes.

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The changes might be minimal, but it definitely gives the car some extra aggression.

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The Charger R/T Scat Pack's engine puts out 485 horsepower, all of which is sent to the rear wheels by way of an automatic transmission.

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The interior is completely unchanged for this special Star Wars Charger. Only the exterior rocks the Stormtrooper getup.

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Unsurprisingly, kids love seeing this car rolling down the street.

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If you own a white car, all you need is a trip to your local customization shop to get your own Star Wars-styled vinyl job.

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Despite the large power output, the R/T Scat Pack is staggeringly inexpensive, starting at a hair under $40,000.

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Very few cars provide the horsepower-per-dollar figure that the Dodge Charger can.

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Even without the vinyl, the Charger looks mean as hell.

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Why, yes, we are taking this to see "The Force Awakens."

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