Founded as the Dodge Brothers, Dodge is one of the old school American automobile manufacturers with a no-nonsense approach to their craft. A staple of the Detroit auto industry, its history spans over 100 years, from competing with the Ford Model T with its own Model 30, surviving the oil crisis to its production of real American muscle cars today.
Who drives a Dodge?
Handling a beast such as the Viper isn’t a task to be taken lightly, but the Dodge driver doesn’t mind flexing his muscles. Models such as the Challenger and Charger just ooze brute, unadulterated strength, establishing Dodge as a top brand when it comes to powerful American cars.
Exclusivity & Rarity
A real American phenomenon, Dodge has always had a certain allure outside of the states, not having been sold in Europe for decades. Recently re-introduced, a Dodge is still not a common sight to be seen. This combined with the introduction with the already-classic Viper model, a take on the legendary American sports car, makes for a potent cocktail.