The 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat won't be the only Mopar muscle car getting an update for the new model year. One of our spy photographers caught an updated Charger Hellcat testing near the SRT office. It appears that the car will continue on mostly unchanged, since everything behind the fenders is uncovered and unchanged. But the fascia must be getting some noteworthy changes considering how well it's hidden.
These are grim times for car sales in the United States as crossovers, SUVs and pickups command the attention of buyers, and now a report from the Wall Street Journal suggests that General Motors and Ford are both planning to axe slow-selling nameplates from their lineups.
Inside and out, Dodge keeps its cars bold and brash.
Of course, the big change is under the hood.
Keeping police safe from ambushes and obscured obstacles.
More big recalls from FCA.
The actor has deep ties thanks to The Fast and the Furious.
Just two good ole boys, never meaning no harm... except to a certain orange Dodge Charger. That always gets harmed.
The parking sensors and the rear-view camera are always on alert.
The 2021 model year, though, will get major changes.
It's hard to tell this is a McLaren.
Fords are quicker than Chevy and Dodge, but no matter which police car you come across, remember, you'll never outrun Motorola.
Sorry, but the Viper is still dead.
New looks, small bumps in performance, and more noise should be a winning recipe for Dodge's two newest trim levels.
Pretend turbine power, real V8 rumble.
Another custom Charger for Dom and some weirdness for the rest.
The Charger is set for an extensive makeover.
Wheel thieves hit a Dodge dealer leaving 14 beached, high-performance Chargers and Challengers in their wake.