2011 Dodge Charger Interior Revealed
Now, the automotive producer has released the first picture showing the cabin of the 2011 Charger. As you can see, the revamp has brought multiple changes to the interior.
As you can see, the automaker offers a new three-spoke steering wheel that is shown here using a leather finish. The changes also target the door panels and the dashboard. Dodge promises that the vehicle will offer new, top-quality materials, which are aimed at offering a pleasant soft-touch sensation and creating a luxury image.
Here’s how Dodge describes the refreshed interior of the vehicle: “The 2011 Dodge Charger's interior cockpit is meant to be an enthusiast office. The all new design features premium materials throughout. Transmitting the performance chassis' world-class feel of the road, the all-new Charger features a new thick-rimmed three-spoke Dodge steering wheel for enhanced performance feel and grip. Crafted in world-class materials, Charger's passengers are surrounded with comfort, craftsmanship and style, thanks to premium soft-touch materials and four available distinct interior color combinations.”
Dodge also said that the cabin was tuned to offer a high sound quality through the isolation of the power train, road and wind noise.
Dodge will offer the vehicle with multiple top technologies, such as the Connect Touch, which integrates infotainment and convenience technologies. Other features include a Garmin navigation system and a dual-zone climate control system.
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