In an announcement released earlier today, Dodge revealed that it plans to resurrect the limited edition Daytona styling package for the 2013 Dodge Charger which will be available on both the standard Charger R/T model and Chargers equipped with the “Road & Track” Package. Last offered in 2009 on the previous generation Charger model, Dodge claims that the Daytona package has been redesigned and re-imagined for 2013.
By Charles Krome
Most gearheads know that Chrysler’s first go-round as a government-funded entity—for all the gnashing of teeth it caused—actually led to a number of very important product innovations that completely changed the course of the auto industry: The introduction of wide-scale platform sharing and the debut of the modern-day minivan. True, Chrysler wasn’t the very first to begin using the former or selling the latter, but it was the company that proved both could be successful in mass-market applications here in the U.S.