Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by redriderbob, Feb 23, 2017.
Yes! The Dodge picture from the Build and Price page looks completely dull and ugly.
I wish the ppl who did the photoshop/texture work on the Dodge site did a better job. oml.
Well that's good. At least engine and some Demon goodies trickle down. Allot of guys are mad that can't get a demon, being screwed by dealerships and with limited production. Done hatred twards dodge.
The entire interior actually looks like an awful amateur CGI rendering.
Yeah, that's why i added 'texture' because someone made the images that covers that model.
They forget that the website actually sells cars too. lol -- Crap models and badly photoshopped images do not help. Though I am a graphics person, so I might be particularly 'sensitive' to it. xD
I do wish that they could have found some way to tie the colors ( the red interiors too ) into the dash a bit. It just feels like the color stops abruptly and is afraid of the front part of the car. lol.
$0.75 mod.... problem solved
Mark Trostle just posted this on Instagram
Instagram post by Mark Trostle • Jul 11, 2017 at 5:10pm UTC (at https://instagram.com/p/BWagbLwAtBb/ )
Lots of rain at Indy!
Mark's being a tease...
The Dodge SRT media event might have gotten rained out yesterday at Indy, however they're back at it today.
Mark Trostle posted this video this morning from Indy... the SRT HELLCAT widebodies are loving the Brickyard...
Hopefully, some of these will meander to Carlilse. Weekend starts tomorrow. Heading down saturday. Oh man I hope to see more than one.
Personally, I hate most greys, beiges, etc. Theyre boring colors for people with wishy washy tastes and no strong opinions, IMHO. Where Destroyer Grey differs is that people either love it or hate it...much like orange, yellow, purple, etc. I really like that one. Especially with the black hood. Gives it a gritty rat rod kind of look but more refined. I think it would look great with that Sepia interior too. That color reminds me of the Spice color on my '95 Wrangler and '81 CJ-7's top/interior. Looks very rich and interesting, nothing like the washed out blah beiges that came later.
Question here, when Chrysler builds cars, do the same wire loom design from sensors to radio for a Challenger or Charger are the same from the basic model to the Demon model in order to save cost in not having various types?