Dodge will be unveiling redesigned versions of its Challenger and Charger models at the New York International Auto Show.
The 2015 Charger will feature sleeker headlights and is abandoning its hexagonal grill design present on previous models. In fact every body panel of the Charger has been re-designed for the 2015 model year.
The 2015 Challenger is also getting a slight redesign, but not as dramatic as the Charger. The classic front fascia is believed to sport a narrower look, with a revised lower lip and refined headlights.
There is also speculation that Dodge is bringing back the Super Bee package, based on photos released of the Challenger dashboard sporting a bee on wheels. The Super Bee was originally placed on the 1968 Cornet model before being moved to the Charger in 1971. The Super Bee was offered as a low-priced version of its performance cars. While not as successful as other brands the Super Bee is nostalgic for many die-hard muscle car fans. At the worst, the Super Bee could just be a scat pack appearance trim. Another speculation is that Dodge will reveal a sportier version of the Challenger SRT that would feature a Hellcat supercharged 6.2 liter V8 that could produce 640 horsepower.
Dodge has kept most of the details under wraps. Be sure to check out our full coverage of the press conference for exclusive photos, videos, and details.
Dodge’s press conference is on April 17 at 11:30 AM.
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