New 2015 Dodge Charger and Challenger to Debut in New York


There was little doubt Dodge would have to update its Challenger muscle car to compete in a world with an all-new Ford Mustang. But even we were a bit surprised to hear a new version of the four-door Charger would debut alongside the updated Challenger at next week's New York International Auto Show.

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Chrysler released the images above (Charger) and below (Challenger) to announce the debuts. What they show is what looks to be a completely reworked front end for the Charger and an all-new gauge cluster for the Challenger along the lines of the digitally augmented gauges in other Dodge vehicles.


The Charger was last redesigned in 2011, and the Challenger hasn't seen much updating inside or out since it debuted as a 2008 model.

The media preview for the New York Auto Show begins April 16, and we'll have full coverage of both Dodge models.

Manufacturer images


Update: April 17, 2014

2015 Dodge Charger: First Look

2015 Dodge Challenger: First Look



The charger had a pretty significant redesign on the interior in 2012. And it got a lot less ugly on the outside as well.


Is it just me or has the all the fun of new auto show reveals gone away now that automakers ALWAYS have to tease the car before. I miss going online and seeing a totally new car all at once instead of already knowing exactly what to expect weeks before.



I agree. Nowadays, almost every reveal gets leaked before the show anyway. It's nice to see a new vehicle pop up that you weren't even expecting to be there


wish they come up with a inbuilt vacuum in trunk like Honda

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