Dodge is an American brand of automobiles, pick-up trucks, sport utility cars, and minivans, produced and traded by the Chrysler Group LLC in over 60 various territories and countries around the world. Started in the year 1900 as Dodge Brothers Company to provide assemblies and parts for the growing automotive industry of Detroit, Dodge started producing its own full automobiles in year 1914. The Chrysler Corporation bought the brand in year the 1928.

The Neon, Stratus, and Intrepid renewals of the years 1998 until 2000 were mostly complete prior to the presence of Daimler, and Dodge’s 1st undertaking of synergy with the company’s German side was the Magnum 2005 station wagon. This was launched as a substitute for Intrepid. Featuring the revival of Hemi V8 engine and Chrysler’s 1st conventional rear wheel drive platform, it was a humble success. On the similar platform, The Charger was introduced in the year 2006.