I've seen pics of that set up before, but I think that was a prototype model. Just checked that one out in VA and it's equipped exactly the way I'd want it, except it's a 5.7. If it was a Scat Pack or SRT, I'd be tempted, since I really need a 392. I'm holding out for a Sublime Shaker, hoping they'll wise up and offer some more color options by then. It shows me that it obviously can be done easily enough, but Dodge is stiffing those people that want a choice of something other than black. B5 Blue folks are in the same boat.There is a Sublime R/T in Fairfax Va with the white and Black Nappa leather interior.
I've already gone the Katzkin route once with my first '10 PCP R/T Classic. People thought I was crazy removing the stock interior and replacing everything with white Katzkin leather, but it was the best thing I ever did! I sold the stock seats with purple stitching which helped offset the cost a bit, the interior was ALWAYS cool, even in the heat of summer, and the white leather/PCP combo was killer! It actually helped me sell the car very quickly since it was so unique and in good taste, so you're preaching to the choir in terms of buying Katzkin leather!Haven't seen katzkins on a 2015 yet, on my 2010 they look BETTER than the original seats, plus you get embroidery on the seat backs for free, as well as contrasting stitching. Will admit that the Sepia leather on the new cars does look very nice, but you can order katzkins in a similar color, may have to move up to the higher level leather to get them, think its around 900 per kit instead of the 780 i paid for mine. I actually didn't have to pay for the katzkins, dodge paid for them as part of the 2000 mopar bucks that were included with the purchase of my car, got the TA hood, Katzkins and hood prop rods for free with the car. Still had to pay for the install, and had to paint the TA hood to match, did it myself so cost wasn't that bad.