Dodge doubles his performance pedigree. In the middle of a teaser campaign for April 11 unveiling the Demon Challenger brand SRT 2018 Demon will use the Chicago Auto to introduce a full-size SRT variant of the 2018 Dodge Durango SUV.
In addition, allows users to choose the new SRT transmission system seven modes between different configurations depending on the type of performance or comfort they desire. The different modes are Auto, Sport, Track, Snow, Trailer, Valet and ECO. In terms of design, the dynamic 2018 Dodge Durango style is highlighted by a large body of position, a new functional cold air driven hood and exhaust heat to cool the engine, inspired SRT mesh pattern on the Grill, LED fog lights, new rocket wheels and tilting color body side panels. The “392” badging and 20-inch five-spoke wheels with a black noise finish also give the SUV a distinct look. At the rear, the lower fairing comes in the body color SRT with a shiny black accent and surrounds the new 4-inch around two chrome-nickel exhaust tips.
Inside, the cabin has a hand-wrapped leather dashboard with carbon fiber accents and silver stitching, suede roof and Napa leather upholstery with SRT silver sewing logos. Standard features include the flat-bottomed SRT steering wheel, SRT shifter and velvet floor mats with the SRT logo. The front seats receive heating and ventilation, while the second row of captain chairs get the heating function. As for technology, the 2018 Dodge Durango features a dash with 7-inch new speedometer of 180 mph; An infotainment system Uconnect Apple’s 8.4-inch navigation and Android Auto Carplay compatibility and Radio HD; And the high-end Beats Audio system. Safety features Crash warning with shock attenuation, adaptive cruise control with stop, blind span monitoring and rear cross-track detection.
Chief Tim Kuniskis Dodge calls the three most powerful and fastest ranked vehicles, although Mercedes and AMG 577 ch GLS63 might have something to say about it. Hemi V-8 engine 392 cubic inches under the hood 2018 Dodge Durango generates 475 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 470 pound-feet of torque at 4300 rpm, creating a family vehicle moves from 0 to 60 Mph in 4.4 seconds and across the quarter-mile in 12.9 seconds, according to the National Hot Rod Association’s certification. That would leave competitors like the Chevrolet Tahoe in its dust.
2018 Dodge Durango the price is $ 35,000 and the launch date expected August 2017.