Redesigning an icon isnt light work. A staunch allegiant is poised at the ready to evaluate every tweak. One false move will ignite a revolt. With designers and engineers who pride themselves as being enthusiasts first, it was capable hands that transformed this modern classic into its newest evolution. This is the new 2015 Dodge Challenger — styled to turn diehards on and outfitted with enough technology to satisfy a new generation of thrill-seekers. Car and Driver said... From the...how 'bout that department ...comes this interesting fact: Dodge Challenger retail sales have doubled since its early days on the market in 2009, according to Dodge. This is in spite of the car receiving basically zero visual updates to its 1970-inspired styling and packing a cut-buck interior dating back to the dark days of DaimlerChrysler.We really like the visual update that all Challengers received for 2015. The refresh sees the retro design tick up a year, with many details inspired by the 1971 Challenger. Among the standout features are the brooding LED halo-ring headlamps with integrated turn signals, the split-port grille inserts, smoother front and rear fascias, and double-racetrack all-LED taillamps. A family of gorgeous new wheels has also come online this year, including those on the SXT we drove.If the exterior update is pleasing, what has happened inside is a revelation. The all-new dashboard also traces its stylistic roots to the 1971 model; the new car's interior designers reportedly scavenged swap meets until they found a '71 Challenger dash and set it up inside the studio during the redesign process. The primary gauges are conical dials with hidden needles and a classic muscle-car-style font, although they bracket a fully modern and high-resolution seven-inch TFT screen with virtual gear-selection, fuel, and temperature displays, as well as selectable trip- and vehicle-related information.
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