Official 2015 Dodge Challenger release date Edmonton AB
It seems like every week, there’s new news about the Hellcat. What we really want to know, though, is the official 2015 Dodge Challenger release date Edmonton AB, and we bet you do too!
Well, we have good news and bad news.
We have it narrowed down to the 2015 Dodge Challenger arriving in showrooms this fall, but there is no specific date yet. But Fall, we can live with. That gets closer each and every day.
There has been so much talk about the 2015 Dodge Challenger and the Hellcat because it is one of the most powerful vehicles in its segment. It’s also affordable, which is surprising to many sportscar enthusiasts because often times more power means a hefty price tag. In addition to adding more power, the 2015 Dodge Challenger got a makeover to channel the Dodge Challenger of yesteryear. The 1971 model year Challenger was used as inspiration for the 2015 model year redesign and we couldn’t be happier.
The new Challenger features projector-style headlights that really add to its vintage feel. In addition, the 2015 Challenger comes in fun, retro colors like lime green and purple. The interiors are designed to match the exteriors, too, in making sure the throw-back vibe is uniform throughout the vehicle.
There is, however, one area where Dodge Challenger designers didn’t use inspiration from the past, and that’s with the technology.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger features so many fun and advanced technologies including an elite infotainment system, a reconfigurable digital cluster display, and is expected to include safety options such as multiple airbags, a braking assistance system, hill-start assistance, adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning system, forward collision warning, parking assistance and a rearview backup camera.
Other fun, advanced features included with the 2015 Dodge Challenger are the optional rain-sensing windshield wipers, LED taillamps and HID headlights, as well as a 911-emergency-assistance system that will call 911 with the push of a button.
Specific safety ratings have not yet been released, but we’re expecting them to be similar to other midsize sedans.