With the 2018 year rolling in people have been pumped to see what Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM will be releasing for the 2019 model year lineup. Benny Boyd Andrews in Andrews, TX not only has 2019 models in stock, but they've looked into what the future of these car manufacturers will be as well. Check out what the future of the automotive industry looks like and get ready for some cutting edge vehicles to drop in the next couple of years.
2019 Chrysler 300 Possibilities
Sources say a planned redesign of the LX-based 300 onto the Giorgio platform, originally scheduled for 2020, has been scrapped. Instead, designers will do a major freshening of the 300 in 2019 in hopes of shedding weight and improving fuel economy. The addition of a turbocharged four-cylinder is a strong possibility to augment an improved V-6 to help get the job done. In the meantime, Chrysler will put a Hellcat engine in its luxury sedan in late 2018 because why not?
The Cherokee gets a fresh perspective on its timeless exterior design with a bold revised front end and tailgate. Delight in soft Nappa leather-trimmed seating, driver-friendly state-of-the-art technology, endless interior configurations and improved storage options for a captivating cabin experience.The 2019 Jeep Cherokee features impressive capability with three innovative available 4x4 systems designed to help you adventure boldly and freely.
Just because Dodge launched its insane Challenger Demon for 2018 doesn't mean it’s done with the Challenger program as a whole. According to AutoGuide, Dodge is busy prepping a Drag Pack option for the 2019 Challenger Hellcat. Supposedly, this package will feature the standard – not wide – Challenger body but will have the Demon’s Air Grabber hood. If the rumors prove to be correct, then the Challenger Hellcat Drag Pack will have roughly 75 percent of the Demon’s content.
The all-new 2019 RAM 1500 is up to about 225 pounds lighter than its predecessor despite its being larger. In addition to its updated exterior styling it offers two engines with mild hybrid systems thanks to the addition of a belt-drive motor generator backed by a 48-volt battery pack. Reengineered from the inside out, the 2019 RAM 1500 was built to set the benchmark for strength, durability and capability. With Best-In-Class V8 engine towing, the RAM 1500 provides maximum payload for the toughest jobs.