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2020 Dodge Charger Widebody unveiled
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27th Jun 2019
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2020 Dodge Charger Widebody unveiled

The Dodge Charger Widebody has been unveiled, and will go on sale in the US from early 2020. Thanks to the new wider front and rear wheel arches, the wide body Charger is 89mm wider than the standard sedan. The wide body configuration is standard on the Charger SRT Hellcat, and optional on the Scat Pack. The Charger Hellcat has a 6.2-litre supercharged V8 engine making 527kW of power and 881Nm of torque. Dodge says it can complete the 0-60mph (0-97km/h) standard in 3.6 seconds
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Derek Fung
Dodge Viper to be revived in 2021 – report
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25th May 2018
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Dodge Viper to be revived in 2021 – report

The Dodge Viper went out of production nearly a year ago, but it's alleged that the company's front-engined supercar could be getting revived once again – according to a new report out of the US. While official details are few and far between at this stage, Car and Driver says "trust us: A new Viper is happening".
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James Wong
VIDEO: Farewelling the Dodge Viper at the Nurburgring
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17th Feb 2018
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VIDEO: Farewelling the Dodge Viper at the Nurburgring

Dodge farewelled the Viper last year, after almost 26 years of tail-out, terrifying fun. Rather than letting the V10 snake go quietly into the night, 378 dedicated fans paid to send a Viper GTS-R Commemorative Edition ACR to the Nurburgring for a final fang. FoxPro Films was on hand to film the whole thing and, rather than trying to condense all the action into five minutes, turned out a 21-minute documentary.
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Scott Collie
Dodge Demon revealed ahead of New York motor show debut
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10th Apr 2017
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Dodge Demon revealed ahead of New York motor show debut

We’ve been teased, we’ve been taunted and we’ve been Demonised. We've gasped at the sheer size of the 'Air Grabber' bonnet scoop. And we've calculated the tyre-shredding costs of those bespoke ‘Demon Branded’ 315/40R18 Nitto NT05R tyres. But now, the forthcoming Dodge Demon has been released into the wild ahead of its public debut at this week’s New York motor show.
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Rob Margeit
2018 Dodge Challenger Demon teased again, could be a one-seater
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2nd Feb 2017
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2018 Dodge Challenger Demon teased again, could be a one-seater

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has been teased again this week, with new reports out of the US suggesting the stripped-down drag special may only have a seat for the driver. In the latest installment of the Demon's web video series through Dodge's YouTube channel, dubbed 'Body', the Challenger SRT Demon can be seen performing a serious burnout.
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James Wong