Dodge Challenger TA
Originally developed for the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans Am racing lineup in 1970 and recognized to be one of the most demanded vehicles after muscle cars ever constructed, the innovative 2017 Dodge Challenger T/A range features this heritage along with three truck-capable vehicles – Challenger T/A, Challenger T/A Plus and the Challenger T/A 392.
The innovative 2017 Challenger T/A is based on the conventional specification of the Challenger R/T auto with the output of 375 hp and intended for drivers wishing to be implicated in the Dodge T/A heritage. Besides, the model is supplemented with efficient equipment, in particular, the headlights named "Air Catcher" with LED-illuminated T/A emblems, NACA ducted hood and system for release of exhaust gases.
The Super Track Pak is offered to supplement race-bred chassis modification and comprises a lowered suspension, highly efficient Bilstein vibration dampers, performance brake pads, electronic dynamic stability management with three modes and tires named Goodyear Eagle F1. The Tremec manual with six options of speed is conventional whereas the advanced TorqueFlite automatic gearbox with eight variants of speed comprises Sport mode along with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters, technology of improving fuel economy complemented with four-cylinder option deceleration fuel shut off that can be used interactively.
Ram Rebel Mopar (2016)
The presentation of the Mopar '16 Ram Rebel, an auto manufactured in a limited quantity by means of original choosing vital parts and other details from the customer support trademark of FCA US LLC, was exposed by the Ram Truck and Mopar brands.
The Mopar '16 Ram Rebel will reflect a limited manufacturing of only 500 autos, complemented with Mopar Custom Shop features. Supplementary details and accessories can be provided by the auto dealer offering even extra adjusting to the demand of customers.
The Mopar '16 Ram Rebel represents the first offering of Mopar- transformed autos issued in a limited number and intended for the truck sector. Its previous models include the Mopar '10 Dodge Challenger, Mopar '11 Charger, Mopar '12 Chrysler 300 and others as evidence of Mopar’s characteristics.
Dodge Charger Daytona (1969)
Dodge Challenger TA
The first Challenger was the division's late entrant to the pony car market segment in the United States, launched for the 1970 model year.
It was strongly based on the similar Plymouth Barracuda's new E-body but with two inches (51 mm) of extra wheelbase and somewhat different outer sheetmetal. Exterior design was done by Carl "CAM'" Cameron, whom also did the exterior for the 1966 Dodge Charger. For the 1970 Challenger grille, CAM' based it off of an older sketch of his of a 1966 Charger prototype that was designed to have a turbine engine. The Charger never got the turbine, but the Challenger got that car's grille. Although the Challenger was well-received by the public (with 80,000 sales in 1970 alone), it was criticized by the press, and the pony car segment was already declining by the time the Challenger arrived. Challenger production ceased after the 1974 model year, only having lasted five years; performance dropped off dramatically after the 1971 models. About 165,500 Challengers were sold over this model's lifespan.
Challengers could either be hardtop coupes or convertibles (through 1971 only). The performance model was the R/T (Road/Track), available in both body styles; both standard and R/T hardtops could be ordered as the more luxurious SE specification, which included leather seats, a vinyl roof and a smaller 'formal' rear window. The convertible Challnger was only available as an R/T in 1970. In 1972, Dodge dropped the R/T badging and now called it the "Rallye". Other options, as well as engines and a manual transmission, included steeper rear axle ratios, a limited-slip differential, and a shaker hood scoop were gone for 1972.
Dodge Charger RT (1971)
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Dodge Ram Van (1984)
Dodge Caravan (1985)
Dodge Ram Van (1985)
Dodge Caravan (1986)