Retro is fine with me. The styling of the current cars being offered (including the other US and Japanese automakers) has been anywhere from bland to downright atrocious. I was beginning to wonder if the automakers were even trying anymore. This car is fantastic! I will be honest with you, I wasn't sure that Dodge had it in them anymore. I am so glad to be proven wrong.Wow, I'm VERY suprised they went that retro. Not exactly what I was expecting, but I like it enough to make it my first new car. My '71 cuda is no longer safe. h34r:
Bravo DCX, my hat goes off to you guys.
With all the talk about volume and profit we did here I would expect more.Chrysler officials wouldn't speculate on Challenger volume, though most expected a limited build of 5,000 to 10,000 annually.
It looks just as I had expected (color aside), which is glorious. They managed the car's length (visually speaking) a lot better than the Mustang team did. It's even hotter than the '99 Charger.So finally, you can all stop complaining about the Charger.
I love it. It looks better in the real pictures then I thought.
lolA plum endorsement from Plum now DCX can build it. :lol:
...please pass the blow torch for DOC.
lol - thats nastyDont worry about it D0C...someone has to maintain some semblance of taste and decorum......now pass the Handi-wipes please, it's a mess in here.
Best as always....
Do not change the rear deck single-taillamp treatment. It rocks. Now if they only use LEDs under that lense that would be too cool at night.I thought this should go in the spy pic section, but felt it would get more exposure here. imo, i really like it and the color, but when i saw the rear end at first glance, although for some reason the first thing the popped into my head was concorde/lhs. I dont know how accurate these are, but since it's autoweek, I felt they were a good source, so without further ado, I give you the Dodge Challenger... B)