At the end of 2018, Dodge upset a lot of buyers when it discontinued its popular Dodge Charger GT AWD model and replaced it with the entry-level SXT AWD for the 2019 model year. Now, while you could still option an entry-level Charger SXT AWD close to the previous year’s GT offering, it still didn’t fulfill the performance AWD offering like the GT package did.
Enter the 2020 model year and Dodge bringing back the 2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD and this time it is coming with a whole range of performance goodies. The 2020 Dodge Charger GT AWD is the first-time that the SRT-inspired look has been offered on an all-wheel-drive offering. The car now features the SRT performance hood, front and rear fascias, sculpted side sills, spoiler, all-wheel-drive suspension, 3.07 rear axle ratio, performance steering wheel with paddle shifters, Dodge Performance Pages with the 8.4-inch Uconnect screen, Houndstooth cloth high-bolstered performance seats, and Dark Dub Plate instrument panel.
For all-weather traction all year long, the Charger GT AWD features P235/55R19 BSW all-season performance tires mounted on 19-inch aluminum wheels in a Satin Carbon finish, optional in Black Noise (on Blacktop Package equipped models). Projector LED fog lamps, a performance rear spoiler, ParkSense rear park assist and ParkView rear backup camera are also standard equipment on the Charger GT AWD.