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After more than a decade, finally, 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors are soon to be among us. What does this car have to offer?
Talking about 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors, you must know that people are head over heels for this news. Why so? It’s just because the car is taking so many years before finally planning a redesign on its vehicle. According to the report, the soon-to-release car features a combo between a modern and retro look on its design. What about the engine? It’s an exciting thing to talk about!
2023 Dodge Challenger Changes
Many people will declare that car is just one among many powerful vehicles in the US auto market. It is said that this car is competing with Chevrolet Camaro and Mustang from Ford. So what is the manufacturer planning to do to make the car gets well-deserved attention once again?
Fans will never get disappointed since the carmaker is said to make the anticipated car more powerful. Not just in terms of its performance, but also for its look. A wide variety of engines, but underneath the hood, will entice everyone to watch this car choose freely according to what their bank account is saying.
As for its look, a significant redesign for its face may not be the correct term to say about the 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors. It will keep some aspects of its old look still. But you should never be surprised to see that there will be a modern touch here and there to upkeep with the trend.
What’s New from Dodge Challenger in 2023?
The last change of Challenger’s design dated back then in 2008. So, 2023 marks the 15th year of the previously introduced Dodge Challenger design. And within those fifteen years, there has been no significant design alteration. It’s unfortunate that in 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors, you too cannot get a significant change to notice even from afar.
But that doesn’t mean you can ditch away this soon-to-be-released car. Instead, the interior is what you will be able to give your praise for. Sources mentioned that the interior would keep its roomy, ample space to provide all passengers’ needs.
The cabin is also said to be more modern than the previous version of Dodge Challenger. After all, it’s been years after the initial design, and this alone will ring the bell for a design change.
The cabin is pretty modern yet straightforward as well. It comes with a touch screen—sized 7 inches for your comfort. Entertainment aspects are also equipping the car: starting from Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and six excellent audio speakers will be ready to make your drive more enjoyable.
If you desire to purchase an 8-speaker audio system of Harman Kardon, navigation, and a bigger touch screen of 8.4-inch, you can customize it; however, if you feel the base ‘amenities’ are enough, you can save your bucks for further use.
As for the colors—if you wonder, there is still no further information from the carmaker itself. But if you try to Google it, you will see that there are orange, red, green, and even blue and purple as the colors of the 2023 Dodge Challenger. You can even order some extras to ‘top’ your car with contrastive stripes.
What about the Engine?
It has been mentioned earlier that the 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors have four different combos on the engine, displacement and the maximum power produced.
While all combos are equipped with either a 6-speed manual or 8-speed auto transmission, you can get that part of the car is equipped with a V6. Others will have a V8 which makes more power to produce. With this, you can speed more since the HP is way higher.
According to sources, these combos are what you can have from this car:
- 3.6-L V6 engine with a maximum power of 303 HP.
- 5.7-L V8 Hemi with the full power of 375 HP. This one can have both manual and auto transmission.
- 6.4-L V8 engine with a maximum tow capacity of 485 HP. This one is available to use with eight manual and auto transmissions.
- 6.2-L V8 engine with a maxfullwer of 717 HP.
Are you ready to drive the new 2023 Dodge Challenger Colors? If so, it’s time to prepare for the fund. Even when the base price starts pretty average at $30,000, the cost can be more than $80,000 once fully loaded.