Dodge 100th Anniversary


After 100 years, Dodge's identity still tough to pin down

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
Dodge's muddled history explains why it's hard today to say clearly what the brand is all about.


From bicycles to bankruptcy, a Dodge century

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
From Dodge's quick rise as an early 20th century supplier to its tumble as part of Chrysler's bankruptcy during the 2009 industry collapse, the brand has survived as an American icon.


Dodge touted 'old lady,' then kicked her to curb

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 16, 2014
When muscle car enthusiasts refer to Dodge -- now celebrating its 100th anniversary -- as one of the great brands of the '60s and '70s, I have a different kind of "60s and 70s" in mind.


10 people who shaped Dodge after founders' deaths

12:01 am U.S. ET | June 15, 2014
The Dodge brand was founded 100 years ago by two brothers who were confident that they could best the established competition. But after the founders died young, the brand thrived with help from Walter P. Chrysler, Richard Petty and Hal Sperlich.


    Dodge's greatest hits and misses

    A selection of some of the more memorable Dodge cars and trucks over the years. Go to the Gallery »


    Dodge: A century of innovations

    Remember the pistol-grip shifter? From the legendary 426 Hemi engine to the convertible version of the Dakota pickup to the massive rear wing on the back of the 1969 Daytona, Dodge has designed dozens of cool vehicles and features. Here are 7 that have defined Dodge in the past 50 years. — Richard Truett Go to the Gallery »

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