2020 Dodge Charger Twin-Turbo Review & Changes – Launched in 2005 and re-designed in 2010, the Dodge Charger LX’s lifetime will reportedly stretch at least four far more years, as a replacing for the seventh generation is not expected right up until following 2020.
Quoting resources close to Fiat Chrysler Cars (FCA), AutoNews records that the next iteration will get rid of the growing older (and that’s an understatement) LX platform for an extended version of the Giorgio architecture that presently underpins the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia, but before the change occurs, the Charger is evidently appointed to experience one far more small freshening in 2018 for the 2019MY.
The next-gen Dodge Charger will preserve a rear-wheel drive layout with AWD getting optional and a very similar footprint as the recent car at under 200 inches (5m) long, but one of the most important updates is going to be the fat loss, as it is thought to proceed through a tough diet that will reduce almost 500 pounds (225 kg).
An additional novelty may be the release of a new twin-turbo inline-four, nicknamed “Hurricane”, with close to 300 HP, which will debut in the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and is going to be followed by the next Challenger as effectively.
In the terminology of styling, the very same document states that, while in an exclusive showing for retailers last August in Las Vegas, FCA showed a young design reminiscent of the 1999 Charger concept penned by the brand’s past styling chief, Tom Gale.