Dodge Charger in the version of Widebody may debut soonJune 26, 2019
Already at the end of this month, at a special event, the American company Dodge will present an updated version of its sedan Charger. The car will receive a wider body, and it will be called Charger Widebody.
The Dodge Charger is a cult American full-size sedan. Despite the fact that other automakers stop the production of sedans, due to the fact that their popularity has been falling very actively lately, the American brand does not even think about stopping the development of the Dodge Charger model. A large model with a powerful V8 engine and front-wheel drive just continues to “live on.”
The automaker will continue to build Charger and further, if its sales remain at a high level. Every year, the Dodge somehow increases the popularity of the Charger sedan and the Challenger coupe. The next updated version of the sedan can debut very soon – we are talking about the Dodge Charger Widebody 2020 model year.
According to foreign publications, the wide-body version of the powerful American sedan, including its performance of the SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, may be presented by the end of this month.
The publication says that the annual event at the end of June, where journalists will be given the opportunity to talk about the latest proposals of the company in the next model year, could be the site of the first show of the new Charger. It was here, last year, that Dodge gave journalists the opportunity to get acquainted with the prototype of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, along with the usual Hellcat Challenger and Challenger R/T Scat Pack Widebody.
The Charger sedan body in the Widebody version will get a unique front and rear trim along with a brand new hood, heat sink and increased intake hood.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the American Dodge Viper was shown on the web with a rear engine.
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