What should we expect from 2023 Dodge Charger? Well, here’s the thing: Dodge Challenger and Charger are going to their respective end of lifecycle. Has Dodge prepared the proper replacements for these two muscle and sport rear wheel driving rides? Or, should we expect new Challenger and Charger some time in the future? Well, Dodge fans are curious about this fact and they are expecting that FCA would prepare the proper and correct substitutes for these two legendary vehicles.
Let’s assume that FCA does have prepared substitutes, but what would be the details? Some auto enthusiasts assume that FCA will use the LX-platform only for the bigger rides, but that’s not the case anymore. Many want the Challenger, 300, and Charger to switch to Giorgio platform. But will it happen?
Challenger and Charger – They Are to Stay
Despite the rumors that these cars are running on borrowed times, it seems that they are meant to stay. Yes, they are aging, but they age gracefully – like fine wine. After all, they always have positive and surprising sales numbers. Even up until today, they still sell well and they are able to maintain their fresh appearance. Some even say that it is possible that Dodge is planning on several variants for each Charger and Challenger. Unfortunately, the plan is still unclear – and it isn’t known what kinds of variants would be released by the company.
The confirmation doesn’t come from Fiat Chrysler, but it came from Canadian Union Unifor through their press release. They are the representative of most FCA Canadian workforce. The 300, Challenger, and Charger are all built in Ontario, at FCA Brampton Assembly. So, it is safe to expect the upcoming production for 2023 Dodge Charger.
The fuss about the new Charger is sparked when there are sketches of the claimed future Dodge products – they are unknown to be either Challenger or Charger. The sketches are posted on the Instagram by Ralph Gilles, the head design for FCA. The sketches aren’t exactly similar to the production model, but you have to admit that they are pretty cool. It’s nice to have a future muscle ride that looks just gorgeous and beautiful. Hopefully, Dodge would take some inspirations from the sketches – if they are going to make the ride.
The Matter about the Guards
On the post, there are (yellow) splitter guards on both Challenger and Charger. It is designed to protect and safeguard the bumpers. You can take the guards off during the car’s delivery although many people have actually liked the look attached on the ride. But you probably don’t want them on for goods because they can actually damage the underneath paint. Because of people’s reluctance to take it off, Dodge even consider changing the guards’ color. They want to paint them pink so the owners won’t want them on forever.
Up until now, there hasn’t been a truly confirmed release about the Charger – and also Challenger. Most of them are speculations and rumors. So, let’s wait for the official release about 2023 Dodge Charger, shall we?