The 2016 Dodge Challenger has been the company’s best-selling car for more than five years now, but it has had a few notable updates to the interior and exterior since then.
We’ve seen the company continue to improve the Challenger’s interior, and its exterior, while adding a new generation of suspension, brakes and tires.
We saw the car’s exterior design changed in 2017, when the new body kit, called the B-Rings, was introduced.
We also saw the first version of the 2017 Dodge Challenger get a major facelift, and the company also revealed a few other minor tweaks and updates to its existing models.
Now that the 2016 Dodge Charger has come out, we’ve seen that the 2017 Challenger has received a couple major changes to the exterior.
The car has gotten a new front fascia, with a more aggressive, rounded design and new side skirts that are more prominent.
It has also got new grille and bumper accents, with black accents and a chrome grill.
The grille also gets new trim accents, including chrome accents.
The black leather seats have been updated to a darker gray.
The headlights have been redesigned with more contrast and a new, more aggressive LED.
The 2017 Dodge Chargers front bumper also has a new color scheme and new grilles, with darker, metallic gold accents.
It is also now available with an optional white bumper.
The redesigned rear fascia is now more prominent, with more prominent fender lines, and more chrome grilles on the bumper and tail lamps.
The rear fascias on the Dodge Chargeros 2018 model have also received new grills.
The 2018 Dodge Challenger’s new front bumper is more prominent with chrome fenders.
The 2018 Dodge Chargerman’s rear bumper also now has a chrome grille.
The new 2018 Dodge Carrera S has also received a new bumper and a white front bumper.
The new 2018 Datsun 240S has also gotten a chrome bumper and black front bumper, along with a red badge.