If sports cars were judged by their stripes, this Dodge Challenger SRT-8 tuned by Germany's CCG Automotive would be the reigning champ. There are black stripes and white stripes, and stripes that run the length of the car or right down the middle. In fact, there are so many different colors and patterns, it's hard to tell what's a stripe and what was this Dodge's original body color – our guess is neon green. According to CCG Automotive, this American muscle machine is an example of "fahrzeugfolluerung," which translates to "car wrapping." And if you haven't already guessed, that roughly translates to "lots of stripes!"
Thankfully, the transformation is deeper than vinyl decals, since CCG has replaced the stock 6.1-liter V-8 with a 7.0-liter Stroker Hemi V-8 that develops 600 bhp and 470 lb.-ft. of torque. In a somewhat strange move to keep running costs low, especially after equipping the car with this monster motor, CCG has also installed a 120-liter LPG fuel tank. Scissor-style doors and black 22-in. alloy wheels round out the exterior modifications. Inside, the dashboard and headliner have been covered with Alcantara trim.