Looks like that 2014 will be a year of legendary muscle cars. After Mustang, we can expect another icon from Dodge – 2015 Challenger. As a 2015 year model, it should be unveiled in April of 2014, and production will start couple of month later. With strong engine believed to be somewhere around 600 hp, larger interior space and all hi-tech upgrades and features, this vehicle could cost over $60.000.
2015 Dodge Challenger redesign
The 2015 Dodge Challenger will keep most of the look from current model. Even it is trend nowadays with all vehicles, it is believed there won’t be weight drop by using the new materials. Exterior changes on the 2015 Dodge Challenger are coming with new lamps, split grille, split rear LED taillamps, also new fenders and quarter panels with iron block included. Those will be standard on every model. More details about the new 2015 Dodge Challenger are coming from photos taken by spy shots in testings. Wheels measures are 275/ and 285/40/20 and brake calipers are larger compared to the current model, with cross-drilled brake rotors. The car is made more aerodynamic by extra air intakes on the front end.
2015 Dodge Challenger interior
Interior of the 2015 Dodge Challenger will be completely revisited. New inner lamps will be followed by UConnect 2 electronic system, with all the latest gadgets and gizmos. Driving impression will be improved with extra features such as: rear camera, forward sensors with adaptive cruise and predictive crash protection and the new Cherokee’s comprehensive parking assistance. Seats will be new, as well as door panels.
2015 Dodge Challenger engine
Powertrain options for the new 2015 Dodge Challenges will be taken from its predecessor. It is expected that 6.4-l V8 and V6 engine will be continued in Challenger lineup. Optional power could be brought by 6.2 liter supercharged Hemi is on the SRT8 engine with 580-660 hp and almost incredible 870 Nm of torque. This engine is still in developing mode and it is hard to believe it will find its way on the city streets. All engines will send power through 8-speed auto transmission.