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Sema: All-wheel-drive Dodge Challenger GT shows up on EPA website.

Dodge is currently working at an all-wheel-drive Challenger.The car was initially indicated by the Challenger GT AWD idea divulged at the 2015 SEMA show and now affirmed by an early posting on the EPA’s site that rundowns mileage evaluations.

A 2017 Dodge Challenger GT outfitted with a 3.6-liter V-6 and 8-speed programmed is recorded as having an efficiency of 18 mpg city, 27 interstate and 21 joined. Under the Specs tab on the EPA site, the vehicle is likewise recorded as having all-wheel drive.

This contrasts and the consistent 2017 Dodge Challenger outfitted with a similar motor and transmission which is appraised at 19 mpg city, 30 parkway and 23 combined.The numbers are not shocking considering all-wheel-drive frameworks regularly increment fuel utilization.

Dodge is expected to add the Challenger GT to its lineup this fall. It will be accessible only with a V-6 motor, evaluated at 305 drive and 268 pound-feet of torque. The Challenger’s V-8s have been precluded because of tight and bundling and torque imperatives of the all-wheel-drive framework, which is acquired from the Charger.

Despite the fact that it’s yet to be affirmed, it’s suspected that the Challenger GT will include an unmistakable wide-body plan. This wide-body configuration will likewise be utilized for another range-topping model situated over the present Challenger SRT Hellcat. The new model, thought to be known as a Challenger ADR, has been spied as a prototype.For any inquiries remark underneath.

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