The Dallas Auto Show will be the locale where Dodge officially unveils its refreshed 2007 Durango (shown) today, as well as the hybrid version that DaimlerChrysler is readying for the 2008 model year.
The 2007 Durango features revamped cosmetic bits on the body as well as ten new available features, like Electronic Stability Control and rear park assist. Dodge is no doubt hoping that the new face and features will help reverse a sales slide that's currently about 40-percent off the mark. The new engine will also be E85 compatible.
The 2008 hybrid and its 5.7L HEMI V8, developed as part of a partnership with General Motors and BMW, is expected to be about 25-percent more fuel efficient than its gas guzzling counterpart.
We'll have more official pics and Dodge's full press release as they're made available.
[Source: Automotive News]