Dodge Challenger will be released until 2023January 12, 2020
The third-generation coupe is not going to retire yet
The current Dodge Challenger has been produced since 2008 and still demonstrates good sales results, so its successor will appear only in 2022.
Musclecar has not changed much since Dodge introduced the third-generation Challenger in 2008. Although the coupe received a significant update in 2015, which helped revive sales, the company is not going to release a successor. According to the publication Mopar Insiders, referring to its own sources in the concern Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the current Challenger will continue to be produced until 2023, remaining on the conveyor even after the start of production of a new generation model, which is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2022.
The fact is that Dodge is seriously considering the possibility of producing muscle cars of the current and next generation at the Brampton assembly plant in Canada together – at least for several months. It is expected that the new Challenger in general terms will preserve the style of the current coupe and may for the first time in the history of the model become a hybrid. Together with the future Challenger, the launch of the new Charger sedan starts. According to the results of sales in 2019, the Dodge Challenger overtook a sworn competitor in the home market – the Chevrolet Camaro coupe.
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