Stellantis Mexico shared four teaser pictures of an unidentified Dodge SUV on Twitter this week. The new Dodge SUV is a modified version of the GAC GS5 SUV, which is available in China.
The camouflage, which covers the whole car, produces a considerably smaller grille than on the GS5. The new Dodge and GS5 have the identical side profile form as well as the same front and back lighting signatures. Dodge is likely to replace the GAC badging with its own identity. The GAC GS5 is available in several Latin American nations, and it is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that generates 150 horsepower and 234 Newton-meters of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The new Dodge is likely to compete with the Kia Sportage and other comparable vehicles. The arrival of a new SUV will help complete out its portfolio in Mexico, where the firm now only sells the Dodge Durango, which is not the cheapest SUV, beginning at just over $44,000. The new Dodge will very certainly be positioned below it in the company's Mexican range.