While there are no specifics, it sure sounds like the 2014 Dodge Challenger will still be built on some form of the large (and heavy) LX platform. Because of that, we probably won’t be getting a more compact Challenger that will better compete (in terms of dimensions) with the likes of the Mustang and Camaro but we can expect that the new Challenger will pack enough power to continue to attract lovers of big power.
The Dodge Challenger has remained virtually unchanged since being introduced in 2008 with the exceptions of new engines, new transmission and more power. It has been rumored that the next generation Challenger would depart from the full sized platform shared with the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 but according to Automobile Magazine – the next generation Challenger could arrive as soon as 2014 and when it does, it will still share “DNA” with the sedans.
2014 Dodge Challenger Release Date and Price
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Powertrain 2014 Dodge Challenger
Under the hood, you can expect little change, with the exception of the elimination of the 6.4-liter SRT8 model, as the Pentastar V-6 engine is a serviceable engine relative to the Camaro and Mustang V-6 engines, and the Hemi V-8 lineup is as stout as ever, though it could use some tweaking in the efficiency area with the new CAFÉ standards being passed.
The row-your-own-gears option is a no go on the 2012 model, but with all of the outcry from V-6 buyers wanting a manual option, Dodge will likely comply in the next generation. As for the V-8 models’ transmission, look out for an 8-speed variant with paddle shifters. A dual-clutch system would be nice, but it’s highly unlikely.
2014 Dodge Challenger Exterior and Interior
With the current generation of the Dodge Challenger now in its fifth year, the general consensus is the Challenger will soon be undergoing a redesign. It hasn’t been confirmed yet whether or not the 2014 model will be fully redesigned, but you can certainly expect to see a next gen Challenger in the next couple years.
Right now, the Challenger is available to customers as a full-size coupe with seating for up to five. The rumor being thrown around is that Dodge may be moving it from a full-size to a compact chassis, in order to be able to better compete with cars such as the Camaro and Mustang.
Currently, the Dodge Challenger has the same platform as the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charge and it’s highly unlikely that either the 300 or Charger would change from a full-size sedan model. What we think you can expect to see with the 2014 Challenger is a revision to the body along with using less heavy materials in order to make it lighter and more manageable.
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