Key Performance Features of the 2021 Dodge Charger
The Dodge Charger has been a member of the brand’s model lineup since it first rolled out to dealerships back in 1966 as a two-door car. After 55 years on the market, the Charger is on its seventh generation and offers the reliable, potent and thrilling performance we’ve come to expect from the sedan. Today, the 2021 Dodge Charger offers five engine options for shoppers to choose from, with each providing riveting performance, quick acceleration and plenty of ponies for the driver to enjoy. Are you wondering how fast the 2021 Dodge Charger is? Check out the key performance features of the 2021 Charger brought to you by the experts at Briggs Dodge in Topeka, KS
Both the Dodge Charger Pursuit and Durango Pursuit are excellent choices for law enforcement personnel, with their excellent performance, quick acceleration, confident handling, high-level safety, roomy and functional interiors, and a wealth of useful technologies. With some pleasing upgrades for the 2021 model-year, the Charger Pursuit and Durango Pursuit further meet the needs of law enforcement personnel. Read more to find out when these two models will be released.
Late last year Dodge announced their Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th anniversary edition, which was limited to only 501 models. This special edition Hellcat is going to be very hard, and very expensive to get your hands on. Luckily, Dodge has just recently announced that they will be releasing two Daytona Edition Package models in a non-widebody format, those two being the Charger R/T and the Scat Pack. Even better news: these two models are now available for pre-order!
When optioned with the Daytona Edition Package, both trims get a Mopar cold air intake under the hood, a black spoiler, and a satin black Daytona graphic across the rear decklid and fenders. Both sedans also upgrade their side mirrors to automatically adjust downward when the transmission is put in reverse, plus an automatically-dimming driver’s side mirror.
There are some differences in upgrades when it comes to the R/T and the Scat Pack when equipped with the Daytona package. The Charger R/T Daytona edition will come with 20-inch lights-out painted wheels for the exterior in combination with Daytona branding. Inside, updates include black-edged premium floor mats, Nappa/Alcantara seats with the Daytona logo, LED ambient lighting, gloss black instrument cluster trim rings, and stitched dash panels. As for the Charger Scat Pack Daytona, exterior upgrades include a wider set of 20-inch forged aluminum wheels wrapped in 275/40ZR20 all-season performance tires, as well as a 392 decal on the fenders and Daytona decals on the roof, hood, and trunk.
The Charger R/T Daytona sells for $39,890, while the Scat Pack Daytona has a price of $43,490. If you have any more questions about either the Charger R/T or the Scat Pack with the Daytona Edition Package, feel free to contact our friendly staff. We would love to help you out!
There have been many rumors as of late concerning the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. Dodge has not confirmed anything as of yet, but debadged and camouflaged versions have been spotted. Allegedly the Redeye was slated for a 2020 release, but is being pushed back to 2021. The Redeye will have a 6.2-liter Hemi V8 engine with 797 horsepower and 717 pound-feet of torque. There will be cosmetic changes, such as a larger center scoop on the hood which will feed a cold-intake system. The two heat extractors will be moved further back on the hood and will rotate 90 degrees so they face the sides of the Redeye instead of facing the windshield. The Redeye will only be available in widebody form, and Redeye badges will decorate the fenders, grille, and decklid.
The exterior isn’t the only thing that is being changed with the 2021 Hellcat Redeye. The Interior has many things being evolved from its previous iterations, such as including a 6,500-rpm redline, which is 500 rpms higher than the 707 horsepower Charger Hellcat; a second dual-stage fuel pump; fitment of the SRT Power Chiller and the SRT After-Run Chiller, as well as stronger prop and half shafts. It’s been rumored that the availability of a standard 2.62 final drive ratio or an optional 3.09 final gear. These changes from the 2020 Hellcat will make the 0-60 mph time decrease to 3.4 seconds, and increase the Hellcat Redeye’s speed up to over 200 mph.
The big thing left to speculation is when Dodge will unveil the new Hellcat Redeye. There were rumors that the Redeye would be shown to the public this month, but with the world being in lockdown due to COVID-19, it’s impossible to know when Dodge will show the goods. Stay tuned, muscle car fans!
If you are drawn to the sporty design and phenomenal performance and driving dynamics of the Dodge Charger GT — but want a car that can handle driving in adverse weather conditions, then you’ll be very impressed with the 2020 Dodge Charger GT All-Wheel Drive (AWD). Rain, snow, and sleet are no match for this high-performance beast. Read more to find out about the release date and pricing of the 2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD. Read the rest of this entry >>
With their beefy engine options, Dodge vehicles have a well-deserved reputation for delivering impressive power. Recently, Dodge started a unique “Dodge Power Dollars” campaign, which pays homage to the legendary power of Dodge vehicles, while providing Dodge buyers with a fun way to save some cash. With Dodge Power Dollars, customers will get a $10 per horsepower cash allowance that can be applied towards the purchase of any 2019 Dodge Charger, 2019 Dodge Challenger, or 2019 Dodge Durango vehicle. Read the rest of this entry >>