Dodge Performance Push

John Gunnell - February 26, 2014 02:00 PM

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At the Chicago Auto Show, Dodge was pushing the performance harder than a ticket scalper at a Green Bay Packer’s game. One of the muscle car versions of the Charger on display was a bright red edition with the Redline package and a bundle of other options that was a real knock out.
Its bold 100-year Heritage inspired design included I64 LED Racetrack taillamps, a Beats Audio premium sound system, an 8.4-inch touch screen media center and premium heated and ventilated seats.
Redline Appearance Package goodies were piled on this hot-looking Charger. Its chubby rubber was mounted on 20-inch black chrome aluminum wheels with red lips and backbones. It had Dodge’s special gloss black grille, a body color rear spoiler, steering wheel mounted die-cast paddle shifters and a performance suspension.
If the SXT interior package is ordered cloth Sport seats welcome driver and passenger, but naturally the show car had the upscale SXT Plus Napa Leather Sport seats.  Also installed were the Beats premium audio system with 10 speakers, a sub-woofer and a 552-watt amplifier.