“Dodge” to be used as the base model for new Dodge Charger model

Posted December 06, 2018 06:09:51Dodge has announced a “dynamic” new Charger-V crossover vehicle, the Charger V, that will be available in 2019.

The new Chargers are meant to be “sporty, comfortable, sporty, and easy to drive.”

According to the company, the V will be “as fast as you want it to be.”

While Dodge is not showing off details on the new vehicle, it will likely have a more sporty styling than the previous Charger.

The automaker says that the new crossover will be capable of top speeds of 70 mph (130 km/h), while the previous model had top speeds up to 60 mph (96 km/hr).

The new model will be offered in “high-performance” trim, while the older model will go for “high quality” and “performance” options.

Dodge also says that new versions of the V and Charger will be fitted with “more fuel-efficient engine and transmission.”

The Dodge Chargers were announced in December, with the automaker saying that the company has been “instrumental” in developing a “new, next-generation sport-utility vehicle for the modern era.”

It was originally intended to launch in 2019, but it was delayed to 2020.

The vehicle has not been officially revealed, but Dodge says that it will feature “innovative technologies.”

In addition to the new Chargerguy, Dodge will also introduce the new Dodge Viper SRT Viper, a new crossover that will offer an “extraordinary level of performance.”

The new car will also be powered by a four-cylinder engine that will produce 400 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.

The crossover will come in three different trim levels: “high performance,” “high sport,” and “high luxury.”

The new Charging will reportedly feature a 10-inch, 720-by-800 touchscreen display, and the automakas new 3D radar will also feature a “real-time 3D visual” feature.