The 2018 Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan brand of cars sold by Dodge. There are several different production Dodge Chargers, built on three different platforms and sizes. In the US, use the Charger nameplate on subcompact hatchbacks, full-size sedan, and personal luxury coupes. The current version is a four-door sedan. All 2018 Dodge Charger models have standard with the 8-speed automatic transmission, except for the specially constructed police version that automatically retains the 5-speed. AWD dropped for the V8 engines and was available only with the V6 version.
The three main iterations of Dodge Chargers was a mid-size (B-body) two-door car (1966-1978), a subcompact (L-body) car (1983-1987), and (LX) full-size platform four-door sedan built the name is worn since 2006 by a 1999 concept car that differs substantially from the Charger eventually placed in production for the model year 2006. a similar nameplate, the Ramcharger is used for the truck type of vehicle. The name Charger is also used in Brazil as a performance model based on the Dart (A-Body) (1971-1980).
2018 Dodge Charger Interior
The 2018 Dodge Charger come with an improved interior and new exterior styling for 2011. This includes new side win with both front and rear doors, and more angular headlights, aggressive new grille styling and a more defined and aerodynamic shape overall. Especially, the back has a more modern wrap-around LED taillights that extend over almost the entire length of the fuselage. Manager visibility improved by more than 15% dealing with complaints from previous years. The side and rear styling cues are reminiscent of the 1968-1970 models.
2018 Dodge Charger Exterior
The Dodge Charger makes a strong statement at any time of the day with available LED fog lamps, daytime running lamps and projector headlights or High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps, depending on the model. From the wraparound headlights, our seamless design racetrack tail lamp, rear and side lights of the Dodge Charger is the perfect complement to his powerful build. The iconic design, scalloped body sides, and the establishment of cross grille gives the 2018 Charger a sleek, chiseled and aggressive appearance.
2018 Dodge Charger Engine
The base enhances performance, replacing the 3.5L V6 engine with a Pentastar 3.6L producing 33% more power and 11% more torque. The 4-speed automatic transmission replaced with a 5-speed automatic. The 2012 year has a new 8-speed automatic transmission for the V-6 model, there was also the return of the SRT-8 to the model lineup. 2018 Dodge Charger AWD is also added to the V6, AWD makes available on all but the SRT-8 model.
The Super Bee platform available, taking advantage of the features seen in regular SRT-8 models with accessories and insignia reminiscent of the 60’s and 70’s muscle car. These include a 6.4L engine with 470 hp, four-piston Brembo brakes fitted calipers, paddle shifters, Dodge Charger SRT launch functions personal seatback embroidery, and much more with 2018 Dodge Charger.