After we saw the new Dodge Durango Pursuit, the American car manufacturer has another police car in its sleeves. We are talking about the 2021 Dodge Charger Pursuit.

The Charger Pursuit will now offer the TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission on both available powertrain options: the all-new V-6 all-wheel drive (AWD), with increased horsepower and torque, and the legendary V8 HEMI rear-wheel drive. These new powertrain combinations meet or exceed the Charger Pursuit’s previous performance profiles in all key categories of acceleration, braking and handling. These improvements are also expected to enable increased fuel efficiency.

Other new standard features include a top speed setting of 140 mph with the ability for customers to configure and limit top speed for specific agency needs, electric power steering, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and an increased Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 5,500 pounds to accommodate additional payload.

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Production of the Charger Pursuit starts in the fourth quarter at the Brampton (Ontario) Assembly Plant.