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2019 charger refresh?

Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by ddeeaa, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. ddeeaa

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    Does this have anything to do with oh2o’s comment about 2022 300 confirmation? It was cryptic, but I took it as refreshes across the board for large cars and new models out 2022.
     
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    I can't see the image:(
     
  4. eggwhite93

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    Picture is not showing up on my end.
     
  5. ddeeaa

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  6. BobbiBigWheels

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    Hit "reply" then it appears in the body of your reply.
     
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  7. ddeeaa

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  8. eggwhite93

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    Looks pretty good to me. I don’t expect to see the crosshair grill if this is in fact a rendering of the next gen Charger.
     
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    This might have been prior to the bandit look, this would be going backward
     
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    Doubtful there have been several images floating around that appear to try and marry Dodge styling with the Giulia.... its not going to work that way even for a the fingers crossed mid-sized
     
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    i kinda like that sketch. gives the charger a bit more upscale feel. while i don't hate the bandit front clip, i still prefer the previous front clip and wouldn't mind seeing it return in some form.
     
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    OH, that one. It looks like someone with 3D-rendering knowledge, and started with an Audi or something. The rear end is SO much worse.. lol - I've seen this thing across facebook over the last few days. Thank the gods, it is a work of fiction. lol

    A few reasons why I say that:
    1 - like I said, they started with an Audi model, or something similarly european
    2 - it has the split crosshairs, which Dodge is clearly doing away with
    3- the rear end. We like our race-tracks, but I think Gilles would fire the person who came up with the way they did it in this render.
    4 - The grille opening is more Ford than Dodge
    5 - The headlights and lower fascia are definitely Audi-derived (as stated before)
    6 - The source. The name of the artist on the plate, for one, and ForceGT is a clickbait clone of Autoblog, I'm pretty sure.

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    http://www.forcegt.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/2019-dodge-charger-rear-quarter.jpg

    Link to the front:
    http://www.forcegt.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/2019-dodge-charger-front-quarter.jpg
     
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  14. danbek

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    That is chunky and awful
     
  15. Erik Latranyi

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    Now, I will have a HUGE laugh if all they do is refresh the L platform for Chrager/Challenger/300 and nothing gets moved to Giorgio.
     
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    I'll keep my 2013, thank you very much.
     
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    If they weight reduced L and added some modern safety equipment the platform could live on. I don't know if weight-reducing a decade+ old platform is possible though to current standards.
     
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    That's CLEARLY not. No one at FCA in the design studio is that lacking of talent. And Ralph wouldn't give it a second look.

    Probably some kid in his moms basement.
     
  19. Erik Latranyi

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    I get it. Ghibli is riding on a highly modified L.

    I will laugh because of the investment made by Dodge and Chrysler into Giorgio and they are getting nothing from it.
     
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    Sergio the "Alfa-mancer".
     

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