The Dodge Charger’s story dates to 1966, when the car debuted as a racy fastback version of the brand’s Coronet model. The 1968 and 1969 Chargers are perhaps best known in popular culture for memorable movie and television appearances. Following years of being out of production, the Charger name made an unexpected return for 2006, this time as a full-size rear-wheel-drive sedan closely related to the new-for-2005 Dodge Magnum wagon and Chrysler 300 sedan. Aggressive styling, muscle-car imagery and available V-8 power helped make the latest Charger something more than just another ordinary family sedan.
By now, Dodge’s new product strategy is pretty obvious: super-efficient hybrid three-cylinder engines mated to big battery packs in semi-autonomous pod cars. Hah, just kidding; it’... Read more
What’s more patriotic than the “Star-Spangled Banner”? An American muscle-car music mashup. Dodge released a video of the song “played” by the brand’s Hemi engines. The tease ... Read more
The Dodge Charger is a muscle car with the added convenience of having four doors and a roomy backseat. This is a performance machine with old-school charm, and it’s really big and... Read more