With Dodge having just unveiled the 2013 Dodge Dart at the Detroit Motor Show, the company’s Mopar after-market department is already geared up.
And Mopar isn’t just offering a few tricks and accessories you may want to use to enhance your new Dodge Dart hatchback.
We’re talking about a full range of an astonishing 150 possible accessories that includes just about anything, I’m sure there’s even a kitchen sink in there.
In terms of actually relevant components to the 2013 Dodge Dart, Chrysler’s special division offers up 18 inch alloy wheels and, more importantly a brake upgrade.
That brake upgrade kit includes the full setup offering up new calipers, rotors and performance pads.
There’s even a recheck of the 2013 Dodge Dart’s aerodynamic package with a new rear spoiler, a complete body kit and even a carbon fiber bonnet with a special air scoop.
Getting into the detail area of the design, Mopar offers up plenty of chromed bits that go just about all over the car now.
Inside the 2013 Dodge Dart there’s plenty of interesting stuff but let’s start with the simple stuff. The pedal box gets a bright finish.
Once you’re past the fascination of a much better lighted set of shoelaces you’ll find there’s a lot of wireless options available for the interior.
There’s a WiFi hotspot capability, an industry first. There’s also a wireless charging kit for the various electronic gizmos that support it (many will do so in the future).
Finally, Mopar offers up a tracking system which hooks up to the GPS navigation and, best of all, operates without any sort of subscription to additional services.