The 2018 Dodge Challenger is a full-size, 2-door sedan, Challenger is the name of two different car models of the American car manufacturer Dodge from the seventies and a recent concept car of the same brand. The brand was then owned by carmaker Chrysler, currently DaimlerChrysler. In 1970 Dodge was the last American car brand on the market of the pony car broke down, a market that already deteriorated at that time.
The 2018 Dodge Challenger was introduced to a whole series engines ranging from a 3.7-liter six-in-line engine to a 7.2 liter V8. The model was also with the famous Chrysler Hemi obtain V8 engine. The 2018 Challenger itself was based on the platform of the Plymouth Barracuda and was as coupe or convertible to get. Optional was an SE luxury package available with leather seats, a vinyl roof, and a smaller rear window. The Challenger was racing and the racing version came out a road version: the Challenger T/A. However, after 1970 when production of the brand withdrew from the race. In 1970, total 72,975 Challengers were produced after the car was well received by buyers.
The basic engine of a Dodge Challenger was a six-cylinder 3.7-liter engine, while the V8 version was equipped with an eight-cylinder 5.2-liter dual carburetor capable of developing up to 230 hp (170 kW). reciprocating engines were the 5.6 or 6.3-liter V8. The 2018 Challenger R/T is the most handsome and sporty version, equipped with engines from about 7 liters, of these, the least developed powerful 335 hp (250 kW) and was equipped with change manual 3-speed.
The other alternative engines developed 375, 390 and 425 hp. The Challenger went out of production in 1974 and was reproduced (with much less success) between 1978 and 1983. The 2018 Dodge Challenger frame recalls the one employed for the Plymouth Barracuda, but with a completely different body.