2020 Dodge Challenger is one step from the last version of the popular sporty model that fans and buyers are loved in for a long time. This time the manufacturer has not changed a lot, so we expect the same design, engine strength, and equipment, with only a few improvements and changes in engine strength.
There are no expected changes in the design of the 2023 Dodge Challenger from the last year since the manufacturer has decided to not change much from its original look. That includes the same sharp front end with thin and squared grille and double rounded front lights. The rear end is the same squared and old-fashioned with three lines instead of the usual shape of the rear lights.
Even though the manufacturer has not precisely said how the cabin will be equipped and designed, we are sure that there will not be many changes from the last model. It has always been a simple and old-fashioned sporty cabin with not much soft and comfortable seats, but surely one of the best classically designed cabins on the market. Do not expect very attractive and modern equipment, though.
There will be offered more than one engine in 2023 Dodge Challenger since they are made for a wide range of buyers. Depending on the engine the price will be different, and surely the equipment that follows the version. The base model comes with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 305 horsepower of strength and could be upgraded with special hood, suspension, and paddle shifters. This engine is matched with the eight-speed automatic transmission. The higher trim comes with a 5.7-liter V8 engine that produces 375 horsepower and could be matched with six-speed and eight-speed automatic transmission. Then comes 6.4-liter V8 engine paired with 485 horsepower of strength, and then comes two engine types that produce 717 horsepower and 797 horsepower of strength. Both are matched with the eight-speed automatic transmission.
2020 Dodge Challenger Release Date and Price
If you we want to be honest and say what the best in 2023 Dodge Challenger is, it will surely be its speed and driving performances in combination with old-fashion vintage design and recognizable details. This is not the car that you should buy for everyday driving to work through the crowd traffic, but people who bought it already knew that. However, the manufacturer released the price list so every buyer could find the best options for them. The price range is very wide, so starting model, SXT RWD costs around $29,000 while the most expensive version, and SRT Hellcat Redeye costs $71,000 with all equipment included and the engine that produces 797 horsepower of strength.