- dodge is updating the charger gt awd for 2020 with a few performance exterior features but keeping the same six-cylinder engine.
- it's powered by a 300-hp 3.6-liter v-6 paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission; its all-wheel-drive system has an active transfer case and front-axle disconnect.
- pricing starts at $36,490, and the charger gt awd will arrive at dealers early next year.
dodge is adding to its all-wheel-drive car lineup with the 2020 charger gt awd. it joins the charger sxt awd and challenger sxt and gt awd. there's no v-8 option for any of these all-wheel-drive cars, which could have made for some serious zero-to-60-mph times.
the new charger gt awd now features some of the charger's "performance" exterior touches such as a hood scoop, more aggressive front bumper, slightly wider fenders, rear spoiler, high-bolstered seats, and paddle shifters. but, while most chargers get a v-8, this one is an exception.
a 300-hp 3.6-liter v-6 paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission is the standard powertrain for the charger gt, and the all-wheel-drive system includes an active transfer case and front-axle disconnect that can help switch between rear- and all-wheel drive. a selectable sport mode allows for full-time awd and quicker shifts, and the charger gt also has dodge performance pages with launch control activation.
all-season tires come standard wrapped on 19-inch satin carbon wheels, though black noise-finished wheels are optional. led fog lamps, rear park assist, and a backup camera are also standard.
the 2020 charger gt awd starts at $36,490 and is expected to arrive in dealerships in early 2020.