Ford, FCA dominate hottest-vehicle awardsMon, 07, Nov 2016
Automaker to stick with 300, Challenger, Charger until 2020Mon, 07, Nov 2016
Next-gen Dodge Charger could cut weight, offer twin-turbo I-4Mon, 30, May 2016
The next generation Dodge Charger is expected to shed nearly 500 pounds from its base curb weight, and could come with a 300-hp, twin-turbo inline-four engine in development for the 2018 Jeep Wrangler, according to sources.
FCA: Big-car output will stay in-houseMon, 23, May 2016
Even as Fiat Chrysler plans to outsource compact and midsize sedans to another manufacturer, CEO Sergio Marchionne says he is “totally” committed to engineering and building the company's large cars in-house. But the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger may be developed off different platforms.
AutoNews Now: The end of traffic deaths?Mon, 23, May 2016
Dodge commandeers Bondurant trackSat, 07, May 2016
Printed owner's manual about to be scrapped?Mon, 04, Apr 2016
A recall for wheel chocks? Maybe we've rolled off the deep endMon, 08, Feb 2016
In a sign of Fiat Chrysler's new hypersensitivity to safety, the automaker said last week it would voluntarily supply owners of 441,578 Dodge Chargers from the 2011-16 model years in the U.S. with free wheel chocks. Let that sink in a minute.
Woodward Dream Cruise sights and sounds: A wild celebration of car cultureMon, 17, Aug 2015
Hellcats star in new Dodge image campaignThu, 02, Jul 2015
Dodge is launching an ad campaign this weekend starring the Hellcat trims of the Challenger and Charger, along with the Viper GTS. The production, titled “Predators,” has 30- and 90-second cuts and uses the Phil Collins hit “In the Air Tonight” as a surprisingly mellow backdrop while the roaring cars tear up Miami streets.
Dodge's Morse code message: EngageMon, 13, Jul 2015
In playful rivalry, Dodge pokes fun at Volkswagen PassatSat, 08, Aug 2015
Dodge has been throwing playful darts at Volkswagen for nearly two years in Charger ads that use the Passat as a target of punchlines. Dodge insists it has no sinister intentions in the commercials. Automotive News Staff Reporter Vince Bond Jr. spoke with Randy Ortiz, head of Dodge and SRT brand advertising, about Dodge's rivalry with VW.