Part 2: The Life Cycle of a Redesign

Redesign2

Executing a redesign (or a refresh) is a process that is literally years in the making. See how the Product Planning, Technical and Brand teams at Dodge worked together to bring forth the new Durango.


Part 1: The Business of Redesigns | Part 3: What Drives a Redesign?
2014 Dodge Durango First Drive


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Part 1: The Business of Redesigns | Part 3: What Drives a Redesign?
2014 Dodge Durango First Drive


By Patrick Olsen | September 24, 2013 | Comments (1)

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Steve

The differences bewteen the 2013 and 2014 Durango front grill and headlights are nothing short of mind blowing. Add more chrome= all better. Go Dodge!

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