While the majority of manufacturers trip over each other to offer ever-greener vehicles to consumers, Dodge continues to march to its own beat, with a focus on raw performance, courtesy of a good ole’ combustion engine.
A new announcement this week regarding the new Charger did not concern the introduction of a plug-in model, therefore, but rather design adjustments aimed at further accentuating the model’s bad boy image.
FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) released a first image to give consumers a foretaste of what it has in mind for the model. It shows a part of the remodeled front grille, featuring what looks like an air intake close the SRT logo.
"Among the changes, high-performance Charger models get an all-new grille design, which extends the sinister-looking front end to accentuate visual width and reflects Charger customers' continuous demand for standout exterior design."