Dodge originally had plans for a rag top Challenger (notice how the front seat belts are attached) but dropped the idea when it ran into financial trouble. I would doubt that they would resurrrect this idea.
If you want one, you'll have to pay a premium and buy it from one of the specialty companies that are making conversions.
Just takes a little trip to Gainesville, FL......and a check for $18,000. I thought about it and decided that Louisiana weather sux for a ragtop. I'm putting the money in more power that I can't lay down!!!
Looks good with the top down. With the top up...another opinion comes to mind. It seems that the custom shops just can't get it right with the new car designs today. Convertable tops up always look "funny", if you know what I mean. Never been a convertable fan, except for my 71 Buick Skylark convertable. That was a kick ass good looking car.JMHO