Dodge Developers are about to launch a new version of Durango, expected next year.

The most obvious changes to the forthcoming model are a more aggressive look, inspired by the Dodge Charger. In addition to the changes, there are also a number of reservations, such as LED headlights, driving lights, hood and grille.

The SRT Hellcat, launched with an air intake instead of fog lights, is designed for a better V-8 engine; The SRT 392 comes with a new front splitter and rear spoiler.

In addition to the differences mentioned above, the grille texture is also different, the Hellcat texture is the large open bright black grille, the SRT 392, R/T and GT texture is the black wide honeycomb grille, CItadel and SXT texture is the granite crystal grille.

For tires, the developer also offers six options in 20 sizes for the model. The SRT Hellcat and SRT 392 are available in Scorpion Zero and P Zero tires; Other models have black tires with red trim.

The car’s interior has also been updated with a new dashboard and a 10.1-inch touch screen, but the SXT and GT models have only 8.4-inch touch screens.

Whichever touchscreen you choose will come with Uconnect 5 infotainment, which also has strong compatibility with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa.

The new models are already available for pre-order and are expected to be available as early as September and October this year. SXT