An unlikely website has proof that an all-wheel-drive Dodge Challenger GT is coming.
Just like how smartphone enthusiasts scour the FCC’s website to see what products are in development, gear heads love keeping an eye on FuelEconomy.gov to see which vehicles are in the pipeline.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a listing for the Dodge Challenger GT, sporting a 3.6-liter V6 engine and returning 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway for a 21-mpg combined rating. Those figures are slightly lower than the rear-wheel-drive Challenger with the same powerplant, which has a 19-mpg city, 30-mpg highway rating.
The American automaker’s Mopar division showed off an all-wheel-drive Challenger concept at last year’s SEMA Show, and there have been numerous reports that a production model is set to debut by year’s end. Expect to see it before the entire Challenger lineup is redesigned in 2018.
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