Video: Dodge Challenger And Charger Received An Unusual Anti-theft
The American company Dodge has created an unusual anti-theft system for its fastest models - the Charger sedan and Challenger coupe. Cars start and can leave the owner, but they will do it very, very slowly. Autoblog writes about it.
- In a special section of the multimedia system, the owner sets a four-digit code. It must be entered after each engine start. But if conventional immobilizers shut down the engine with the wrong code, the Charger and Challenger are mocking. Their engine produces only 2.8 hp. and a maximum of 675 rpm, so that the car will go at the speed of a pedestrian.
- The calculation is clear. The offender needs to hide as soon as possible, and he will not agree to a turtle move. After a failed hijacking, the car can be found in the line of sight. Well, if he still dares, the very first police patrol will pay attention to him at such a speed.
The option will become available in late spring - early summer. It will be available to owners of cars manufactured since 2015 and equipped with V8 engines - atmospheric 6.4 and compressor 6.2. To activate the function, simply contact your dealer. They even promise that it's free.
- Earlier YouTube channel Carwow compared the 808-horsepower Dodge Challenger Demon, the most powerful production muscle car in the recent past, with the Porsche 911 Turbo S, which holds the title of the fastest car in the channel's test series. Cars competed in disciplines such as acceleration from standstill, acceleration from medium speed and emergency braking.
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