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FCA badging on new Dodges?

by David Zatz on

Brian Williams caught this car with an FCA badge, possibly the first FCA badge ever to be used on a Fiat Chrysler vehicle.

This Dodge Challenger Hellcat has a distinctive new color scheme, using navy stripes over the car and matching navy wheels and red mirror caps and trim around the grille.  Other than that, it is apparently a standard Hellcat underneath.
FCA badged Hellcat Challenger
The Hellcat badges were painted matte white to match the car, but instead of having the SRT logo on the grille, it had the FCA logo in the same spot.
It’s unclear whether this is a one-off; the FCA badge is highly unusual.

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