The long-term goal is a handful of redesigns and updates to the core Dodge models like the Charger and Challenger—no announcement has been made about the Dart, and it seems like the Grand Caravan may be getting a break soon—as well as bringing the Viper back as a Dodge after its short stint under the SRT label.
Not only will the Viper bear the Dodge name again, but it is also receiving a refresh that may gear the 640-hp supercar toward some of the harsher winters that have been occurring lately. That said, Dodge has been tight-lipped on what changes will be coming to the Viper, other than the fact that it's due out later in 2014.
Although the 2015 models of both the Challenger and Charger received facelifts, they will be redesigned completely for 2018, with Car and Driver predicting nimbler and lighter versions of each. Similar predictions are on the table for the Durango with a redesign expected for 2017.
Basically, any vehicle with a HEMI engine is fair game for the new definition of the Dodge brand. In the meantime, though, there are plenty of new Dodge models (http://www.bosakmotor.com/
Readers who want to learn more about the future of the Viper, Charger, or Challenger—or who are interested in taking one of these current models for a test drive—should contact Bosak Motor Sales (http://www.bosakmotor.com/