The 2018 Dodge Charger is preparing itself to be the front runner in the race for power and performance. 2017 would be filled with various powerful models from various leading makers. But car experts are suggesting that the new full size Charger would surpass everyone in terms of power and looks. Dodge is trying to engineer this sedan in such a way so that it can hold its presence for couple of years. Needless to say, it would be packed with a powerful engine that will enable it to produce huge performance.
2018 Dodge Charger – Body and Features:
Body work would incorporate exquisite design techniques to make it a interesting future sedan model. Charger is always known for its muscle body yet having a elegant outlook and 2018 Dodge Charger is expected carry this same notion. There is speculation that this new Charger might take inspiration from first generation of Dodge. Newest things that we might see in various parts of the body are:
- Redesigned front fender.
- LED headlight arched towards lower intake.
- New sophisticated black mesh grille with Dodge logo.
- Edgy bumper.
- Metallic surface finish.
- Classic side mirror with power folding feature.
- Specially designed wheels.
- Dodge’s native style stop light with LED feature.
- Chrome polished nozzle.
Apart from this, it would incorporate all basic features that are present in its previous model. New design pattern from Dodge is expected to give it a new look that would help it submerge the flaws that were present in its predecessors.
Inner Appearance of 2018 Dodge Charger
Beside the changes that it would get in the exterior, cabin would also get many improvements which would boast a new interior. Along with many technological improvements, it would incorporate many modern comfort and convenience feature that are mostly found high end sedans. Dodge has also improved various safety features which meet all the standard safety norms. Cabin would be spacious and it would be loaded with new features like:
- 4 inch touch screen infotainment.
- Improved navigation system.
- Premium quality seats.
- Sophisticated audio system.
- New dashboard with white lines.
To make it shine among other full size sedan, it would be filled with sleek and sophisticated design outlook which is expected to give a lavish status. Like the outside, buyer can expect fully equipped interior boasting all kind of necessary equipment backed by latest technology. Dodge is constantly evaluating its V-6 and V-8 engine so that its rivals can’t match its power.
Main Rivals of 2018 Dodge Charger:
Although Dodge is preparing Charger in its full capacity but still it would face some hard competition from the models of various makers. These models are:
- Audi A4.
- Lancer Evolution.
- Nissan 370Z.
- BMW 5-Series.
Previous Generation of Dodge Charger:
Dodge is an American premium car maker with its production unit in Canada. Over the years Charger came with three body type and they are:
- Mid size body.
- Subcompact body.
- Full size four door sedan body.
The first model came in 1964 as concept version but later in 1965, Charger was introduced in the market. Production continued till 1987 but after that Dodge stopped the production of Charger. Then after nineteen years, Charger was again brought back as 2006 model. From then it has went through many modification and 2018 Dodge Charger will be the newest form of the sedan.
2018 Dodge Charger – Powertrain:
2018 Dodge Charger is expected to get V-6 or V-8 engine but Dodge haven’t confirmed the details. According to some rumors it might get a 6.4 liter Hemi four cylinder V-8 and 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 engine with 292 hp. These engines would mate with a eight speed automatic transmission with dual clutch feature. It would provide a better fuel consumption but there aren’t confirmed details.
2018 Dodge Charger – Price and Estimate Date:
There is no official confirmation about the exact price but Charger Dodge might hit a price point of $35,000. Like its other details, the release date of this sedan is also unknown but car experts have hinted that would hit the showroom by the end of 2016 or at the first quarter of 2017.