Dodge will release three new Charger and Challenger variantsOctober 24, 2020
Concern FCA has confirmed its intentions to produce Dodge Charger and Challenger until 2023.
The current generation of the Dodge Challenger has been on the market since 2008 and, despite its venerable age, is still in great demand. So, in 2019, 61,000 of these cars were sold, which is more than the sales of the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang in the same period.
Perhaps, the manufacturer’s interest in the model can be maintained due to the release of new versions like Hellcat, Demon, T / A and Super Stock. By the way, it is not yet known which versions FCA will introduce into the Challenger lineup. Hopefully it will be something powerful.
In addition, the concern expressed its desire to extend the life cycle of the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 models also until 2023. Thanks to this, the manufacturer will maintain its facilities in Canada and will not begin to reduce the number of employees.
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