EPA Accidentally Confirmed AWD Dodge Challenger GT

Posted: Oct 28 2016, 12:55pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 30 2016, 11:35am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

EPA Accidentally Confirmed AWD Dodge Challenger GT
  • An All-wheel-drive Dodge Challenger GT is coming your way
 

The Dodge Challenger GT was confirmed by the EPA website.

It was accidentally confirmed by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that the new Dodge Challenger GT is getting launched and that it will be a 4-wheel drive car.

The agency just posted a list of fuel economy figures for all the 4-wheel drive cars out there. Among the name of cars we can see the name of Dodge Challenger GT as well which a variant of a muscle car is too.

According to the information about the car on EPA’s official website, it will be a car with 3.6 liter V6 engine. The Dodge Challenger GT has been rated to get 18 miles per gallon while being driven in the city.

On the other hand it is supposed to make 27 miles per gallon on the highway. The combined rating of Dodge Challenger GT thus makes up to 21 miles per gallon, according to AutoBlog

These figures that have been released by EPA show that they are slightly lower than the rear wheel drive Dodge Challenger. This car also has the same engine like that of the 4 wheel drive car. This one gets 19 miles per gallon in city, and 30 miles per gallon on the highway. 

The previous reports and spy shots revealed indicated that the company is all set to release a 4 wheel drive variant of the car. However no confirmation was made by the company.

This listing changes things for the car enthusiasts. We now know that a 4 wheel drive Dodge Challenger GT is certainly coming to your way either somewhere in the year 2017 or in early 2018.

We expecting a redesigned model of Dodge Challenger GT in the year 2018 as well. The spied Dodge Challenger ADR might get a version of 4 wheel drive when it is released.

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