Driver Confidence Group install on Challenger possible?
I see that the new Chargers have a option called the 'Driver Confidence Group' which has some safety features I could serious use on my Challenger. I am blind in my left eye and having these features on my Challenger (Forward Collision Warning (FCW) with adaptive-cruise control (ACC), Blind-spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Path (RCP) accident-avoidance systems) would obviously be beneficial. Does anyone know if this package could be installed in a 2010 Challenger?
those are all features I was hoping would be put on for MY13, but since they weren't i went out and bought a 12 for a good discount.
I know the park sense rear parking sensors can be put on for sure, as for the BSM and other sensors I don't know.
Those features had me slightly considering going for a charger instead, thinking long term it may be nice to have a 4 door car later if I have children (in a billion years) and the additional equipment that comes with. Too late to reconsider now!
The 2011-12 LX/LD's do not share the same TIPM configurations or software as the Challenger anymore. Their computer system has moved on to different technology. They communicate very different from ours. I highly doubt those features can be retro'd in unless you're a programmer/hack wiz. I was toying with ACC from a 2010 LX but there is more than a module involved. For example, the steering wheel controls are different to support the ACC. That right there is an issue for me as I have a 2011 car which is different from the 2010's.
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