A few months ago, Chrysler made an announcement saying that it will be offering more than 150 Mopar both parts and accessories for the 2013 Dodge Dart. We did get the chance to see some of them at the Chicago Auto Show. The model comes with a carbon fiber scooped hood designed to give the vehicle an aggressive and sporty appearance and it also comes with upgraded calipers, rotors and performance pads which provide increased braking power. Moving one, in the photo gallery we can also see chrome aluminum grille that replaces the production grille below the bumper and it offers a very special and unique appearance.
The modifications do not stop here and so next we have to mention the grille cross-hatch insert which has a carbon fiber-style finish which attaches to Dodge cross hatch over grille area. This helps with the idea of a tuned car. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have provided 18-inch wheels that have a unique Mopar design, black-painted pockets and polished spokes. The new Dodge Dart comes with a rear-air diffuser that attaches to rear fascia to provide a unique look to the rear of the vehicle. Another important feature is the front fascia Applique that slides over front / center bumper area to provide a bright front-end appearance.
The front chin spoiler is being attached to front fascia to offer a more aggressive look to the front end. For a more sporty appearance, the engineers have provided a rear deck lid spoiler. The chrome mirror cover replaces the production mirror cover. This is also the first model that offers driver the possibility to make their vehicles a wireless hot spot. It will be introduced with a 500-cubi-inch V10 drag-race package car.
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