Looks like Dodge really did their homework in redesigning the 2011 Charger.

Fresh off of releasing the first batch of photos of the 2011 Charger’s exterior, Dodge has gone ahead and given us a glimpse of what to expect with their new muscle car’s exterior. It’s only one photo, but it does give us a nice view of the inside of the new Charger, which has been given its own facelift.

Among the notable changes in the car include a brand-new, three-spoke steering wheel that upon closer inspection also has the new Dodge logo plastered on it. The door panels and the dashboard also seem to have been given their own respective tweaks while the center storage just below the transmission looks to be cleaner and more polished than in past models.

So far, this is the only photo we have of the 2011 Charger’s interior, but we expect more to come out soon as Dodge prepares to drop the cars at dealerships before the end of the year.


Source: Dodge

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  (518) posted on 10.15.2010

It looks like Chrysler is continuing to act like the Gen II Durango didn’t exist with this interior that looks more like my old ’98 Durango (much improved of course) than the latest bloated version.

  (13) posted on 10.11.2010

thanks. At least we got a glance of Dodge. Hope it makes a good one at it launch

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