May be referring to Fiat's MultiAir system (???)-2013+ model Challengers are going to an "electric throttle" instead of the current fly-by-wire system... Not sure what that means though since fly-by-wire is technically electronic. Anyone with technical expertise know what he was referring to??
Anyway, thought I'd share.
That's makes a lot of sense. After a 6 year run (longer than the original Challenger) they have to give the public something "new". Since there was only one E-body style in the 1970s, a 'Cuda would make perfect sense.I told him that most of us enthusiasts assume there might be a Cuda coming down the line after the Challenger is done production and he kind of went quiet and he said "I'm really not allowed to talk about that stuff, I don't want to get in trouble"' So, in no way a confirmation, but at least he didn't deny it! Hehe...
I really like the new Charger interior too, really cool, but the one 'mistake' is the black gauges. Prefer the white gauges by far, and if they put black gauges in the Challenger, I'd be extremely disappointed.Yeah, I was hoping for a move towards the charger interior.....thanks for the inside info!
Agreed, the only thing that matters as far as upgrades to follow on model years are those three magical numbersThe ONLY "modification" to the Challenger I care about is when they will be dropping the 426 HEMI into it. :thumbsup:
All these little "cosmetic" changes mean nothing.
I mean, "back up camera," "improved nav," "comfier seats?"
Wait I thought that a throw back paint color and a dash plaque signifies a special edition to Dodge. :fight:Agreed, the only thing that matters as far as upgrades to follow on model years are those three magical numbers
Ironic to mention that if a 426 came out in 2014, it would mark the 50th anniversary of the 426! Dodge are you listening. Opportunity for a special edition!!
It doesn't have to be a throw-back paint color. Delete the stripes on a white 392, swap the wheels with Alcoas & add a Kowalski plaque... oh wait, the 392 has more features. :rofl:Wait I thought that a throw back paint color and a dash plaque signifies a special edition to Dodge. :fight: