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Dodge, an iconic American automotive brand, has a storied history that traces back to the early 20th century. Founded by brothers Horace and John Dodge in 1900, the company initially supplied parts to Detroit’s burgeoning automotive industry before venturing into car manufacturing in 1914. Their first model, the Dodge Model 30, was a notable competitor to Ford’s Model T, offering advancements such as an all-steel body and a 12-volt electrical system—innovations that set the stage for future automotive developments.

Over the decades, Dodge has been synonymous with rugged durability and performance. The brand gained fame in the muscle car era of the 1960s and 1970s with iconic models like the Charger and the Challenger, cars that continue to be revered by enthusiasts for their raw power and bold styling.

In recent years, Dodge has redefined itself with a focus on high-performance vehicles that draw on its rich racing heritage. The current lineup, including the modern Charger and Challenger, as well as the powerful Durango SUV, continues to impress with leading-edge technology and engineering. Despite facing the challenges of an evolving automotive landscape, Dodge remains a steadfast symbol of American ingenuity and performance excellence.

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