The recently posted image of a possible new Dodge badge (see JackRatchett’s “New Charger, logo rendering” on Allpar.com) is raising questions about use of the use, or lack of use, of new Dodge brandmarks on upcoming 2011 vehicles like the Challenger and Durango.
A quick check of filings at the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office does not show a new filing for a Dodge trademark.
Thanks to the guys at Moparts.com for the photo of the Challenger and thanks to “Ed” for the tip!
Months after unconfirmed reports made it to Allpar’s pages, the power of Automotive News, in the person of reporter Larry Vellequette, pried a key fact from Chrysler executives — that they cast and build “Ferrari” engines for Maserati. As our sister site pentastars.com reported, the engines are actually cast in Kokomo, and machined in the Trenton Engine plant, using a mixture of [...]
Dodge is showing four concept cars at SEMA: a Dart, Charger, Challenger, and Viper ACR. You can now see them all at Allpar, courtesy of Patrick Rall — now with the story behind them. Coming soon: Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, and Fiat concepts. See all the Dodge concepts
Long before the Challenger Hellcat was officially launched, Allpar noted that the engine — which we estimated at “620-680 horsepower” (depending on when the stories were written) — was being tested in the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Then we wrote that it had probably been ruled out, for various reasons. Today, one source wrote that the trademarked Trackhawk name, which we had thought [...]