2019 Dodge Durango Shaker Concept V-8 Three Series Review

2019 Dodge Durango Shaker Concept V-8 Three Series Review – Dodge’s Durango Shaker concept, on display at the 2018 SEMA show, brings far more fuel to the supposition that a Durango SRT is in the performs inside the wall space of FCA’s head office. Equipped with a 6.4-liter V-8 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission, the Durango Shaker is a B5 Blue bombshell of a performance SUV with the perspective to be the Mercedes-AMG GLS63 for the everyman.

Dodge Durango Shaker Concept
Dodge Durango Shaker Concept

As its label signifies, the Shaker’s correct pièce de résistance is its shaker hood scoop that works with a custom cool-air-intake system to aid give the new air to the 392-cubic-inch engine. A cat-back exhaust with heart-located tailpipes forces out what’s remaining of the combustion process. Even though Dodge didn’t offer power or torque numbers for the Shaker, we’d venture to suppose that the V-8 no less than suits the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT’s 6.4-liter V-8 engine, with its 475 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque.

Dodge Durango Shaker Concept Review
Dodge Durango Shaker Concept Review

Perched on a set of meaty 22-inch wheels and wheels, the Durango Shaker is placed three inches lower than its stock equivalent. A redesigned front end sports a crosshair-a lot less grille and a big front splitter, although a pair of hollowed-out headlights from the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat sit down where fog lamps would normally consider home. Colored headlights and taillights, distinctive reduced-body cladding, a custom rear spoiler, and Satin Black detailing through the car, such as on the hood, roof, and rear liftgate, give the Shaker a properly menacing appearance. At the same time, a match of still-attached American banners and a fuel cover lifted from the Dodge Challenger provide further kitsch.

Dodge Durango Shaker Concept Redesign
Dodge Durango Shaker Concept Redesign

Inside, Dodge smoothies point up with the add-on of a flat-bottomed steering wheel from the Charger SRT, a gaming console-attached shift lever in place of the stock Durango’s rotary dial, and three rows’ really worth of leather-trimmed seats swiped from the Viper sports coupe. [That’s one way to get rid of extra Viper seat products-Ed. B5 Blue trim sections and a handful of Mopar add-ons round out the Durango Shaker’s outstanding interior advancements. We’re crossing our fingertips that the SEMA show concept is a glimpse at what is to result from the 2018 Dodge Durango-exclusively, an SRT model fixed with the brand’s 6.4-liter V-8 engine.