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2011 Dodge Charger Facelift Shown at Police Fleet Expo

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2011 Dodge Charger Facelift Shown at Police Fleet Expo [with Video]


Following on from some revealing reader spy photos and an official, single teaser image of the Pursuit car version of the redesigned 2011 (or 2012MY) Dodge Charger, we now have a walk around video of the facelifted model shot during the Police Fleet Expo.

The differences between the civilian and police versions of the 2011 Dodge Charger are limited to the decals and the necessary police car equipment, so what you see here in terms of sheetmetal changes is what you'll get when the sedan arrives in showrooms later this year.

The videos give us another look at the sedan's redesigned exterior that features a reworked and angrier looking front end with new headlamps and a fresh interpretation of the firm's trademark cross hair grille, as well as of the re-sculptured profile and the new rear end with a full-width tail light design similar to the Challenger.

In addition to the freshened exterior design, the 2011 Charger will also benefit from a revamped interior with a new dashboard styling and higher-quality materials, and an upgraded engine line up that will include the Chrysler Group's new Pentastar 3.6-liter V6, which is good for 290-horsepower in the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Expect a full revealing of the 2011 Dodge Charger within the next few weeks.



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It appears as though it's not actually a full light up rear taillight which is a bit disappointing. While I like the full width treatment, having it just be one giant reflector is pretty cheap looking IMO. That said, this is still a nice evolution of the current Charger.

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