Dodge's edgy marketing has a youthful feel, but its vehicles aren't getting any younger.
The brand is still pushing the envelope on performance with the Charger and Challenger, which continue to get styling tweaks. The big-bodied speedsters have whetted racing appetites through the years with a broadening menu of powerful factory engines as Dodge works to keep things fresh.
The long-running Grand Caravan minivan and Journey crossover aren't expected to be produced much longer. The Durango SUV could get a freshening soon, but it may be replaced in a few years.
Challenger: The coupe gets an update for the 2020 model year with new wheel options and paint colors, along with a premium-stitched dash and upper door panels on leather-equipped models. A major freshening could arrive in 2023 on the same platform.
Charger: The sedan receives the Widebody treatment for the Hellcat and Scat Pack iterations for the 2020 model year, which is expected in dealerships early next year. The Widebody features new front and rear fascias with integrated fender flares, adding 3.5 inches of width over the wider wheels and tires. A limited-edition model will be offered for 2020: the Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition, the most powerful Charger yet with 717 hp. Only 501 are being produced. The sedan may get a styling update in early 2023. A forecaster isn't expecting a redesign until 2025.