The Dodge Challenger will receive a significant model year addition 2018. Although a complete overhaul does not appear in the cards until at least 2019, retro cool coupe is set to win a new variant called 2018 Dodge Challenger.
Now that you have only two doors, the 2018 Dodge Challenger will have to give up some of its dimensions. The new body will feature a large number of new materials, including aluminum and carbon fiber. This should add to your driving potential, make it lighter and more durable without affecting price or comfort in a meaningful way. In the front, the biggest change is the LED headlights and aggressive environment due to new air intakes. The most important feature is the rear dual exhaust.
Inside, not much to say about the 2018 Dodge Challenger at this time. Some improvements are to be expected, of course, but are undoubtedly the most necessary, the info-entertainment system. It goes without saying that connectivity will be at par with modern standards, which means USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and everything that goes with the ports. The board could use a bit of update, so come think about it. Of course, the dimensions of the 2018 Dodge Challenger seem to be smaller, but could barely guess from the inside. There is a lot of height and the legs will be as comfortable as ever. To build on top of it, we can expect the high quality leather throughout the cabin, and the steering wheel too. Other features include parking assist, collision warning, etc.
2018 Dodge Challenger is an upgraded version of the popular Hellcat SRT using a wider stance and a design that cuts 200 pounds to achieve better performance. It will be powered by a supercharged 6.2 liter V8 engine that generates 840 horsepower and 770 lb-ft of torque (over 707 hp in the standard Hellcat). Dodge Challenger 2018 is built operationally to perform in band of local resistance. The car will feature a single seat, back seat or space for a front passenger. Dodge says that 45.2 square inches, scoop of the car’s hood is the biggest on any production car. The car’s fastest production car title in the world boast of a 0-60 mph sprint in less than 2.3 seconds. 2018 Dodge Challenger’s other variants should largely take the same form as the 2017 model. The basic engine is a 3.6-liter V6 making 305 horsepower with 268 lb-ft, although a popular alternative is a HEMI V8 of 5,7 liters that produces 375 horsepower with 410 lb-ft. In the R / T 392 and SRT 392, 6.4-liter V8 makes 485 horsepower 475 lb-ft. Transmission options are not clear at this time, but we suspect that most challengers continue with automatic (or 6-speed manual) 8-speed. Competitors have advanced up to 10 speeding to improve performance and efficiency, the Ford Mustang 2018 set to win a later this year as part of a mid-cycle update.
If you are looking for an official release date for the 2018 Dodge Challenger, you will be disappointed. Indeed, there is not yet one. However, do not be too sad. You should be able to get yours as early as the end of 2017 or spring 2018. There’s a lot to be mounted on the price of the 2018 Dodge Challenger, so it makes sense that the manufacturer is to be so secretive. Yet the above challengers would look like something between $ 33,000 and $ 63,000 depending on the equipment and other equipment.