Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by redriderbob, Jun 8, 2017.
Anyone know roughly how long orders are taking for 2018 scat packs?
Any word if B5 is coming still for the 2018 Charger/Challenger?
I’m with you Billy waiting on Plum Crazy Purple! Any updates would be greatly appreciated!
They made an announcement when those colors will be available for Demons. Same time for everything else....
Should be late next month early March.
8 weeks from what I heard.
IndiGois simply amazing
One hot looking R/T STP...
Charger AWD with RWD wheels?
What Is Going On With This Dodge Charger Prototype? - Mopar Insiders (at https://moparinsiders.com/what-is-going-on-with-this-dodge-charger-prototype/ )
AWD hellcat mule.
I was just at the local dealer, and ordered a B5 Blue Scat Charger!! I'm pretty excited.
Is it just me, or is the top rear of that front fender pulled out slightly?
Let's keep our fingers crossed that the R/T wheels indicate a different engine under the hood rather than the 3.6. My two complaints with the AWD models: V6 only and 19" wheels. If this could signal an end to both of those it would be awesome.
An R/T AWD with the SRT appearance package but a taller, AWD ride height would literally be everything I want in a Charger.
You like a taller ride height? Even with twenties on it, do you feel that no concave to the rims would hurt the look?.
I like it taller than my Scat Pack was so I don't constantly worry about scraping it on things. Regular R/T and SXT ride height would be fine as that's what I have now, but even taller is better as long as it's not awkwardly proportioned. We'd just have to wait and see about the rims. I don't like the wheels on the spy shot above, but they wouldn't be terrible if they're painted black or granite.
I can dig that.
.. maybe doing an active air suspension borrowing parts from Jeep/Ram are in order? lol
Hmm, me thinks we have a very early test mule for the next generation. You have what clearly appears to be an AWD Charger but it has RWD Charger RT wheels on it. RWD LX wheels will not bolt up to an AWD LX car without sticking out from the wheel wells, and these clearly area not. The offset on RWD and AWD wheels are different by several inches. There is definitely something different going on in the hub/suspension area here. A better shot of the brake caliper location in the front would tell more.
What Is Going On With This Dodge Charger Prototype? - Mopar Insiders (at https://moparinsiders.com/what-is-going-on-with-this-dodge-charger-prototype/ )[/QUOTE]
Also, this car seems to be running the standard 292 hp 3.6 Pentastar as evident by the standard 1 into 2 V6 exhaust system. Sorry, no Hellcat or even 5.7 Hemi prototype here.