Challenger SRT Hellcat
Perfect! With 20-inch wheels being standard on GT and SXT models, even more people will think that my 'Cat has a V6.
Originally scheduled for November 9th, I'm now thinking that will be moving up and could have something to do with this labor issue and strike vote with their current contract expiring on September 21st. They might want to clear out all 2020 cars by that date and then they will get 2021 going after this contract issue is resolved.Does anyone know when 2021 production officially starts. Ordered a widebody charger today. Was hoping to get a last minute 2020 due to PD rebate. But was told 20 production has ended.
Do you have a link? I wasn't aware this information was available with them. I'm looking at ordering a 21 within the next month.If Nadaguides is to be believed, there's a couple more changes for 2021.
First, unless you order the NAV radio, SiriusXM will be a $295 option on all Hellcats.
And looks like the Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning will be included with Technology Group on all automatic transmission cars including Redeye and Super Stock.
So this is what they are showing now and they are usually accurate so we'll see.
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I figured that was coming sooner or later. At least with Challenger you could turn it off but not sure how this new regulation will affect that.“U.S. auto market have agreed to make automatic emergency braking (AEB) a standard feature on all of their new vehicles no later than Sept 1, 2022”
Uh, oh. I better make any potential purchases before that goes into effect.“U.S. auto makers have agreed to make automatic emergency braking (AEB) a standard feature on all of their new vehicles no later than Sept 1, 2022”