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Dodge Demon Hype Helped Push Challenger to New Sales Heights!

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The hype for the Dodge Demon was tremendous.  With a constant build up from the daily release of videos to the constant question of what it would be capable of.  After all that time, the Dodge Demon truly was a monster and Dodge is aiming to sell every one of the 3,000 that will be produced.  The hype did more than simply getting drivers and buyers excited for the Demon, it got the Dodge brand on everyone’s lips and helped spurred the other Dodge vehicles to solid sales months.

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New Trademark Filing Could Show the Future of Dodge

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The Dodge Demon is one of the hottest muscle cars since Dodge unleashed the Hellcats.  With the Demon being one of the most powerful muscle cars on the market, the question now that the lead-up and reveal to it is over is “What’s next?”  A new trademark filed by FCA may point to Dodge heading the opposite direction from a demon and heading to heaven.

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Vin Diesel and Dodge Join the Brotherhood of Muscle

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The Fast and Furious franchise has always been in love with Dodge muscle cars.  No other movie has made the Dodge brand look as amazing on screen as these films.  They come off as mechanical superheroes and much of that is due to Vin Diesel.  His love for the Dodge brand has been the major factor in keeping the cars in the films and a mainstay of the major action scenes.  With the recent release and success of The Fate of the Furious, Vin is teaming up with Dodge for a new marketing campaign.

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Dodge Prepared to Unleash the Demon for the New York International Auto Show!

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One of the most talked about muscle cars of late is the Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat.  Much was made of the 707 horsepower engine and how powerful they were.  When Dodge was re imaging itself to set itself apart as a brand, it set its focus on producing more vehicles like the Hellcats.  Performance is the name of the game at Dodge now.  How to top the Hellcats, however?  For a time, it was seeing what other cars could house the Hellcat engine.  Now, it seems that in order to beat the Hellcat, it is going to take a…

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