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    Wonder no longer: Dodge reveals the rest of the new Dart's interior

    Yesterday morning, Dodge released a few more teasers of the 2013 Dodge Dart that's set to debut at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show next month. The teasers didn't reveal much other than what the Dart's center IP and gauge cluster would look like.

    Well, if Dodge's constant teasing is starting to bother you, there's some good news: you don't have to wait until next month to see the rest of the interior at least. Someone at Dodge saw fit to put up a rather revealing photo of the Dart's interior on their Facebook page late yesterday evening.

    What we can tell from the photograph is that the ambient lighting that surrounds the gauges and center IP looks interesting and a lot of the styling elements are borrowed from the Charger. The switchgear looks nice as well. Dodge also says the glovebox will be big enough to stow an iPad away in.

    As for what the outside is going to look like, well there's still about three weeks or so to go before we'll know the answer to that.

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    I'm already tired of seeing red when I see the Dart. I want to see it in a variety of colours. I'm excited about all the possibilities. I believe colour is an easy way to personalize a vehicle, and I see it as a rub-off of Fiat's influence on Chrysler. The little 500 shows that a wide range of colour options can enhance the desirability of a car. It adds to the fun of choosing just the right Dart R/T turbo manual.

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    Red has been a signature color of Dodge vehicles since the 90's, nearly all of their press vehicles are red.


    As far as color palette goes, Dodge hasn't been shy about colors for for a while now. Not many other companies offer Pink, purple, bright green, yellow, and orange on their cars, so I don't doubt the Dart will have a eye catching selection of colors when it goes on sale.

    I'd liek to see what the who car looks like, then I'd like to see Snakeskin Green and Plum Crazy on it. :P

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    Dodge has had great color selection, but the Purple, Pink, Green, etc., have been very limited. If you wanted a Purple Challenger, you had better have lots of money in the bank, because the window of opportunity was VERY short, and I'm sure the cost was a premium.

    Even used, a quick look on eBay shows Pink Challengers going for new car money... even B5 Blues are expensive. However, there is one purple Challenger on eBay for a fairly inexpensive $30K.

    All these colors were made in low numbers. Furious Fushia was only used for one day at Brampton. Otherwise, its pretty much all Black, Silver (including grays), White, Red or Orange.

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