Originally appeared on Automoblog.net For 2017, Dodge is bringing back two of its most legendary nameplates from the glory days of muscle cars: the Challenger T/A and the Charger Daytona. The Charger Daytona was last available as a 2013 model, inspired by the big-winged Charger Daytona coupes Dodge built for the 1969 NASCAR season. Like the Challenger T/A, the Charger […]
Originally appeared on Automoblog.net The Dodge Challenger T/A returns for 2017 and we cannot stop smiling from ear to ear! The T/A moniker is derived from the iconic Challengers that competed in the SCCA Trans-Am racing series beginning in 1970. Starting this October, customers can order their Challenger T/A in three flavors: T/A, T/A Plus, and T/A 392. What’s New All three […]
Dodge believes the golden era of American muscle cars is now — not in the 1960s. Accordingly, it has infused its two modern muscle cars, the Charger and the Challenger with some additional heritage-inspired performance add-ons. ThenShow More Summary
Dodge has used this year’s Woodward Dream Cruise – touted as being the world’s largest one-day automotive event – to reveal the reintroduction of two of its most well-known “race-bred” nameplates: the Challenger T/A and Charger Daytona. Promising to deliver “even more performance and precision”, the 2017 Dodge Challenger T/A and 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona […]
The 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat is without question one of the most important products that Dodge and Fiat Chrysler have built in recent years. The car has been touted as the perfect combination of power and efficiency and yet, it almost didn’t happen if not for Chris Cowland, FCA’s director of advanced and SRT powertrain development. Show More Summary
Dodge’s Challenger and Charger muscle cars enter the 2017 model year with some notable updates, namely the introduction of T/A and Daytona trim levels. The T/A is for the Challenger and offers some of the upgrades normally reserved for the Challenger SRT Hellcat. Land Rover’s Range Rover also receives some updates for the 2017 model...
Featuring a wealth of performance upgrades, and few aesthetic ones, to boot, these new two models are being positioned as brutish muscle cars that are right at home on the track.
The Woodward Dream Cruise kicks off in the third weekend of August this year. The Cruise is always amazing, but this year, Dodge is hoping to make it even better than usual. This year, it is bringing a handful of special Challenger models that pay tribute to the original Challenger T/A. Show More Summary
The Dodge Challenger and Charger trace their roots back to a pair of muscle cars from the 1960s and early 1970s. Ignore the fact that the modern Charger has an extra set of doors, though, and just revel in the modern muscle goodness. That's what Dodge is doing. Today, Dodge announced some new retro-inspired trims for the Challenger and Charger...
Both models feature a range of exterior aesthetic upgrades, while the Charger Daytona lifts its top speed limit from 136 mph to 150 mph.
Today on Woodward Avenue near Detroit, Dodge showed us some new-for-2017 Challenger and Charger trim levels that crank the flamboyance up to a level only Dodge—or possibly Mansory—would even attempt. The good news is there are a couple performance bits to go along with all the flash. Read more...
It wouldn't be a Dodge without a throwback, and the Charger Daytona and Challenger T/A definitely deliver in that regard.
New looks, small bumps in performance, and more noise should be a winning recipe for Dodge's two newest trim levels. Continue reading Dodge revives Challenger T/A and Charger Daytona trims for 2017 Dodge revives Challenger T/A and Charger Daytona trims for 2017 originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 16 Aug 2016 10:18:00 EDT. Show More Summary
On Sunday, we explained why you might have seen a Dodge Challenger in Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race since Dodge, you know, left the sport years ago. That post had a screenshot of 2014 manufacturer standings that didn’t even give poor Ram trucks their own logo, which NASCAR has since changed. Read more...
You didn’t think Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] was just going to sit back and let Chevy and Dodge enjoy all the bragging rights in the muscle car world with their respective Camaro ZL1 and Challenger SRT Hellcat models, right? This week a prototype for the Blue Oval’s range-topping Mustang was spotted. Possible names include Shelby GT500...
Check out this awesome rainbow of cars! Redditor Ghawblin shared this dazzling photo of 76 Dodge Challengers organized in a beautiful spectrum of colors for a gathering of the Peach State Challengers, a group of Challenger owners all located in Georgia. Visit the Peach State Challengers Facebook page for more photos of this colorful automotive assembly. [via Neatorama]
A photo posted by Peach State Challengers (@peach_state_challengers) on Aug 7, 2016 at 8:52pm PDT Members from the Peach State Challengers club recently lined up 76 of their colorful Dodge Challengers to create a beautiful car rainbow in Georgia. More photos are available to view on the Peach State Challengers’ Facebook and Instagram accounts. A […]
These are several shots from a recent meetup of the Peach State Challengers. The peach state is Georgia by the way, I'm not sure if you knew that. "Of course I knew that." I know YOU knew, I was talking to somebody else. Somebody that doesn't know West Virginia is its own state and not just the western part of Virginia. Show More Summary
U.S. sales of America’s three pony-muscle car coupes slid 2 percent in July 2016 despite meaningful gains from both the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. Blame? Cast it all in the direction of the Chevrolet Camaro, sales of which plunged 26 percent, a loss of nearly 2,000 sales for Chevrolet dealers compared with July 2015. Show More Summary