The 2020 Dodge Charger is expected to hit the roads in the early part of 2020. The new 2020 Dodge Charger is the ninth entry in the seventh generation of one of the most recognizable American muscle cars in history. Although the Dodge Charger's latest incarnations are sedans that take on a more modern look than the Dodge Challenger, the new Charger will still have enough muscle under the hood to carry on the Charger legacy. Read more below so you can know what to expect from the first Dodge Charger of the new decade.
Entertainment & Comfort
|6.4L V8 SRT Hemi® MDS Engine||3-Mode Electronic Stability Control||4-Way Power Lumbar Adjustable Driver Seat|
|High Performance Suspension||Advance SRT® Multistage Front Air Bags||4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot|
|18.5 Gallon Fuel Tank||All-Speed traction Control||Dual-Zone Air Conditioning/Temperature Control|
|220-Amp Alternator||Electronic Roll Mitigation and Stability Control||Cell Phone Storage|
The 2020 Dodge Charger is designed to cater to drivers looking for a sporty sedan, and those who want a true muscle car. Not to be left in the past, the 2020 Dodge Charger features an integrated Voice Command system by connecting a Bluetooth® capable mobile phone. The Uconnect entertainment system has two in-car USB ports, allowing you to plug multiple devices into the installed sound system. Uconnect also allows you to switch audio sources so you can make and answer phone calls with the sound of your voice.
To keep all passenger safe, the 2020 Dodge Charger equips every trim level with speed sensitive power locks. Steering wheel mounted shift controls give you the ability to change gears without taking your eyes of the road, or even moving your hands from the wheel.
Widebody variations on the Scat Pack and Hellcat trim levels allow for an incredible 707 maximum horsepower and a retuned suspension to amaze those who thought a sedan couldn’t be full of muscle.