We won’t hear much on the differences of the 2022 model until we get closer to the end of the year. Usually towards fall, before the 2022 order banks open up is when we hear a lot of the details unless something major is changing in which Dodge usually has an announcement during the summer.On the fence about ordering a 2021 Charger Redeye or waiting until 2022. Does anyone know what the differences will be between the 21 and 22 models? Googled it but can’t find much.
Dont worry that’s not happening.The only regret I would have in ordering the 2021 charger redeye is if in 2022 they make the redeye all wheel drive. That would almost certainly stop all these stupid YouTube videos about tire spin being a problem, which it is really not once you learn how to lean into the start off the line.
Typically the switchover from the current year to the new year happens between August - November. Hard to say what their end date for the current year will be. You can still get orders in, hard to say when it will be built and available. I’d say you have better luck getting it in now than later.I couldn't get financing for a 21' build because dealers wouldn't be able to sell me the car until arrival. I could order and put a DP but can't finance until the car is received, dies this sound right? I was also concerned about halting assembly and Automotive News just posted a statement that the Ontario Plant is halting production. Question I have is if they are building 21's in November when are they going to tool for 22'? Have they scraped the 22' design for an electric ECO or assist? I bought a 15' HC Charger in my build (they added sunroof which I didn't really want) only 22K miles and well cared for, bought from dealer day after they traded for new Grand Cherokee. Unreal luck as there are only 3 or 4 models that match options and color I want available in the country. Now I'm stuck between ordering a 22' Redeye or 23' problem is Weston at Stellantis is really pushing electric so I'm in fear of the 23' being a complete revamp electric. In addition the last year model they make a full combustion Anti-Tesla will be an iconic car, I believe the 15-22' lines will devlope it's own cult following in future generations like the B-Bodies of the early 70's.
Without a French gentleman/engineer the Chrysler as we know it would probably not be around. Look up Francois Castaing. Before LX there was LH which was based on the Renault derived Eagle Premier. When Brampton was built AMC was owned by Renault. Castaing stayed with Chrysler when it bought AMC/Jeep from Renault.The French are involved. That’s not good.