Dodge could be injecting more muscle into its Durango full-size SUV in the coming years.

The brand, which Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is transitioning to mainstream muscle cars, is looking at the feasibility of producing the Dodge Durango Shaker concept that debuted earlier this month at SEMA Show, according to Dodge boss Tim Kuniskis.
The “shaker” hood on the concept SUV — a throwback to 1970s Dodge muscle cars — was borrowed from the current Dodge Challenger. A large engine-mounted air-intake scoop protrudes through a hole in hood when the hood is closed; it gets its name because it “shakes” with the engine’s vibrations.

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Dodge Considers Durango Shaker Hood Performance Model

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