Dodge has officially revealed its 2015 Charger and Challenger today at the New York Auto Show.

You can check out the official press releases from Dodge over at Autoblog, but here are a few of the highlights:

2015 Dodge Charger Gets Dramatic Facelift

Dodge says it reworked just about every body panel in redesigning its Charger for 2015.

While the car’s side profile seems mainly unchanged, the face of the Charger looks decidedly different. Taking cues from the smaller Dodge Dart, the 2015 Charger has a blacked-out grille, slimmer headlights, and C-shaped LED daytime running lamps. The front bumper and hood have also been redesigned, with the bumper now incorporating separate LED running light units.

The 5.7L HEMI is back for the high performance models, but four-cylinder deactivation technology gives the Charger’s fuel efficiency a boost.

Read the official Dodge press release here.

2015 Dodge Challenger Takes Cues from Iconic 1971 Challenger

Featuring a new split grille, larger power bulge in the hood, gloss black trim, and redesigned rear valance for a wider, lower appearance, the 2015 Challenger takes its design cues from the 1971 Dodge Challenger. Inside, the Challenger combines classic stylinghigh-sill center console and aluminum gauge bezelswith modern touches like an 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system and 7-inch customizable display.

The Challenger will be offered in eight trim levels, the most powerful of which come with the 485-horsepower 6.4L HEMI V8 (6.4L Scat Pack and 392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker). The R/T, R/T Plus, R/T Shaker, and R/T Plus Shaker will come with the 5.7L HEMI; the SXT and SXT Plus trim levels will have the 3.6L V6.

A TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission is also now available on all trim levels.

Read the official Dodge press release.



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Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.