It’s difficult to believe the current Dodge Challenger has been around since 2008 and the Charger since 2011. These old cars have certainly seen their fair share of model variants, and yet they are still incredibly popular with customers. Now, it’s been revealed that these models are getting three new variants for us to play with.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be investing a total of $1.2 billion into local operations with the objective of not only creating 2,000 new jobs, but for the Brampton Assembly site to spearhead these new variants of the Charger and Challenger. Unfortunately, no specific details are known about these new variants, and no new trim levels, options, or even performance stats have been revealed.
Despite this, Unifor national president Jerry Dias has confirmed that on top of these new variants, the Chrysler 300 will stay under the umbrella of the FCA through 2023, despite sales falling by 37% to only 29,213 units in 2019.