New Dodge Challenger Tipped for 2014 New York Auto Show
If you're a fan of American muscle cars, you may be familiar with the Dodge Challenger. The car is available in several forms including one with over 400 hp under the hood. The problem with the car for many muscle car fans is the fact that it is a giant with a weight of over 4000 pounds.
It takes a lot of power to move 4000 pounds making the Challenger one of the worst handling modern muscle cars out there. SRT design chief Ralph Gilles said during the New York International Auto Show that Dodge would be unveiling a new Challenger at the show in 2014.
Gilles said that the new Challenger would be "the answer" to Ford and Chevrolet. He was specifically speaking of the new Camaro Z/28. I would assume more power and significant weight reduction are in store if he wants to make good on that promise.
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