2021 Dodge Charger Angel Redesign – 2021 Dodge Charger is still a powerful seller for Dodge and a happy car maker to keep the current generation of models alive for a few more years. But, in the end, the time will come for the new Challenger, which is believed to arrive around 2021 in conjunction with the next generation Charger.
2021 Dodge Charger Angel Redesign
Our exclusive rendering preview sees possibilities for new models and our artists have taken an evolutionary path. We do not expect drastic changes in the overall profile of the car, aside from the wider curves of muscular wheels and the rear end. In the front, a familiar layout with four circular lights is most likely to be preserved and will be combined with a more prominent gril and a larger air intake on the bumper.
At this point, we don’t have a clear indication of what platforms will support the new Challenger. In September last year, it was reported that Dodge could move the vehicle to the Maserati architecture, which would be introduced to the new Ghibli sedan. Previous rumors even suggested a future Charger and Challenger might use Giorgio Alfa Romeo’s chassis. However, about two months ago, Motor authorities claimed the duo would continue riding on the Chrysler LX platform version, which is now over 10 years old.
“The problem with Giorgio is from the standpoint of size and ability, it reflects more European performance requirements than the American heritage of Dodge,” Marchionne explained back in June this year.
Of course, if that is the final decision of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the platform will be widely revised to help Dodge meet more stringent emissions and safety standards over the next decade. In fact, the work is already done on a completely renovated architecture and “Of course when we are done with that architecture, you will not recognize its origins.”