NYIAS 2014 | Previewing the 2015 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger

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By Steve Magnante

 

I just got home from attending press preview day at the New York Auto Show, and my head is spinning with the great news from Dodge. Not only has the 2015 Dodge Charger been given a sleek, new look — without losing its bold core — but the 2015 Dodge Challenger has a fresh grille and tail lamp treatment that evokes the timeless effect seen on 1971 Dodge Challengers. And yes, the Shaker hood is standard on the Dodge Challenger R/T Plus Shaker and 392 HEMI® Scat Pack…

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NYIAS 2014 | Previewing the 2015 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger

A Spring Fest Roundup of 5.7-Liter HEMI® Engine Cover Artwork

By Steve Magnante

 

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The ninth annual Spring Festival of LXs is now over, and its 1,200-plus participants are — by now — back to work and getting set for next year’s event. I’m still amazed by the variety of modern Dodge LX-based cars that turned out. We saw 4-door Magnum wagons, 4-door Charger sedans and 2-door Challenger pony cars, most of which packed 5.7-liter HEMI® power beneath their sleek hoods.

 

Here’s the thing about the 5.7-liter HEMI — unless you’re talking about the just-released Shaker hood scoop option for Challengers, the 5.7…

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A Spring Fest Roundup of 5.7-Liter HEMI® Engine Cover Artwork

The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929

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Take a trip back in time with the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge history. In this post — the first in the series — we meet the Dodge brothers, John and Horace, whose commitment to innovation is still very much a part of how we do things today.

 

The official history of the Dodge automobile begins in 1914, but the story of the Dodge brothers in the automobile business reaches back even further.  John and Horace Dodge were among the pioneers of the Detroit auto industry.

 

Successful bicycle builders…

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The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929