The American muscle-car industry goes back to the way it was a few decennia ago. After the official release of the Roush Mustang and the Shelby GT500 competitor Dodge now strikes back with this very aggressive looking Charger that should hit the showrooms before the end of the year. Under the hood you’ll have the choice between a 5.7 liter V8 Hemi and the less powerfull 3.6 liter Pentastar V6.
All-wheel drive will be available while the same system includes a front-axle disconnect function to aid in fuel economy. So you buy a four-wheel drive car, but if needed you can convert all the power to the rear wheels.
Eye-catching are the full-width rear taillamps who use 164 LED’s and are directly derived from the 1968 model. The nose gets a more closely derivative of the outgoing model including some refreshing changes.
Im not a muscle fan by any stretch, but I do have to say this is refreshing and will give credit where its due, now if only it could handle remotely as decent as it looks thats left to see.
I dont like, generally lets just say that i dont like american cars and this is no exception.
i like it, just like the other new muscles..i have to say they have done a very good job and procued the aftercoming models with a lot of lines and details from the old one’s. nice!