For 2015, the Dodge Charger Pursuit - America's high-performance police vehicle - has been redesigned, infused with more safety and security, technology and pursuit-rated hardware, while offering 370 horsepower, factory-installed Mopar upfit packages and all-wheel-drive (AWD) system for maximum tactical performance, all-weather traction and fuel-efficiency.
The new 2015 Dodge Charge has been inspired by the second-generation Charger from the late 1960s, Charger Pursuit's easily recognizable Coke-bottle design and scalloped body sides, sinister front crosshairs and aggressive stance and signature LED "racetrack" tail lamps all get a major makeover for 2015 with cleaner lines to create a sleek, chiseled, nimble and lighter weight appearance. The exterior redesign includes changes to the hood, fenders, front and rear fascias, headlamps, tail lamps and front doors.
As the new Charger Pursuit was designed along side the new 2015 Dodge Charger, the driver-focused interior has been significantly upgraded. A new 7-inch full-color multi-view instrument gauge cluster offers more than 100 intuitive ways to customize how information is presented. At the centre, a new instrument panel center stack with next-generation Uconnect 5.0 system with 5-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth is standard equipment. New for 2015, every Charger Pursuit includes hands-free Uconnect Phone standard.
Framing the Charger's new instrument cluster is a newly redesigned three-spoke thick rim sport steering wheel. The buttons to control driver information functions are now larger and illuminated to make them easier to operate.
Buttons for Uconnect and mobile phone access now reside along the bottom edge of the horizontal spokes, while audio controls are found on the back of the steering wheel spokes.
Developed with the guidance of the brand's Police Advisory Board, the new 2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit features a mobile-command interior with a new vehicle systems interface module for easy equipment integration, police-duty front seats with unique bolstering to accommodate officers' belt-mounted gear and column-mounted shifter with Auto Stick to free up space for center-console mounted controls.
Source : CarDekho