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2023 Dodge Challenger
2023 Dodge Challenger – A song-focused Dodge Challenger is possible in the works as a new flagship version for the current generation of models. Still, the car also plans the successor of the two-door muscles.
Initially, the new Challenger would arrive time at 2021 but recently announced it would be delayed. Now, a new report shows we can see the Coupe for model 2023 years.
Earlier this year, Dodge released a photo of the 2020 Challenger detailing sports cars and people over at Muscle Cars and Trucks, realizing that one of the pictures showed a rather interesting number.
The vehicle cluster instrument shown has 2023 miles on the odometer – and while this could have been a coincidence, our source believed it was really a clue in the new Challenger launch year.
2023 Dodge Challenger
We must admit there is some credibility to this clue. Obviously, don’t take it as a new Challenger type of confirmation, together with the next charger, will always arrive at 2023, but we want to believe this will actually be the case.
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Despite the growing age, Challenger was a segment leader in the third quarter of this year, defeating its competitors Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang.
Fixed model anomalies 11 years after his debut – while Crosstown rivals have released a new, updated model with more power and technology in recent years, the Challenger continues on its own path continuing – and it works.
It might be safe to assume the next generation Challenger will retain its retro design, as Mark Trostle, the design chief for Dodge, Chrysler, and SRT, recently commented he’s committed to keeping the retro vibe alive. Will this work for the successor of Dodge’s most successful model in history? Only time will tell.
This week, eagle-eyed people from Muscle Cars and trucks saw somewhat revealing details on the tap photo of the Dodge Challenger 2020.
Number 2023 is displayed on the instrument cluster image press the muscle car. Now, since Dodge likes dropping Easter eggs in the teaser and photos, we, along with the rest of the automotive media, have never wasted time to report that the company may be hinting about the release of the 2023 Generation Coupe.
Unfortunately, Dodge is acting fast to extinguish the flames, as reported by cars and drivers. According to Dodge spokesperson, the next generation will not be released in 2023 as Easter eggs are advised.
AR and drivers seem to be on the fence when it comes to Dodge countermeasures against rumors. As we’ve mentioned, the company likes dropping clues on the teaser, plus Dodge has confirmed that the new Challenger launch has been pushed back. We are with them this one, but who knows, maybe it’s not really a clue?
While these rumors will roll back to the backburner after the Dodge statement, other speculations surround the high-powered muscle cars. One of the rumors is that the Challenger could wear a Viper ACR badge next year with information from an anonymous source of Mopar Insiders.
What is not speculation is this: Challenger has constantly been beating Camaro and Mustang this year, and that the next Challenger will keep the retro style for the next-generation model.
With those who say, we hope to see Dodge capitalizing on the popularity of two Coupe doors in the next year or so, which explains why the company denied rumors of the next model release.