They can, however, reveal something about the brand’s history and its personality. It may have been a long time ago since the Dodge Brothers started the brand that ultimately led to its performance muscle cars today. It’s a cool way of tying Ram pickups today to the ones of yesteryear. Dodge Garage notes that the center console of the Pacifica has a rubber pad that shows different generations of minivans. Challenger Air Catcher. Depending on the Challenger model owners have – be it an SRT Hellcat, SRT Demon or other – there’s a corresponding logo to match. It’s located on a corner on the driver’s side. There’s a little trick that’s hidden owners could spend months driving around before they even figure it out—and it all rests right under their noses. The same source notes that it’s in the latest 2019 models, which proves that the desire for Easter eggs is still going strong. Dodge recognizes this and used it as an opportunity to give owners a surprise in their Challenger Hellcats. Reply. Today they’re known for their performance muscle cars like the Challenger and Charger models. Popular models that manage to stick around the market go through several iterations over the years. Sometimes it’s the small details that matter most. This one requires a keener eye to spot though. According to Dodge Garage, there’s a cool image carved out of the center console that shows past Ram pickup trucks. It’s a fun addition that will be hard for drivers to ignore each time they get in the car. With a rich and enduring legacy, it’s only natural Dodge would insert Easter eggs into their vehicles. According to Dodge Forum, pressing down and holding the steering wheel’s selection buttons opens up a few tricks that are both helpful and fun. or select -. Once you've saved some vehicles, you can view them here at any time. 6th Gen Dodge Charger. There’s a lot to like about the Challenger’s eye-catching design. Test of the 2016 Dodge Charger SXT Blacktop, whose muscle-car looks are backed up by a 3.6-liter V-6. It might seem pointless on the surface for a major automaker like Dodge to spend time putting Easter eggs in their cars. YouTube user Victoria, in a clip of her 2016 Challenger Hellcat, shows that there’s a “DB” logo underneath the lid of the center console. It makes one realize how much they’ve changed over the years and that if they’re still around today, it’s probably a brand one can trust. No one likes rules or limits placed on them. The same source notes that the Demon is a special production car that’s able to lift a record 35 inches off the ground at launch. That’s a special feature that deserves a commemorative panel like this. Easy to fool the masses with this one, but Dodge once again delivers a cheeky (and functional) Easter egg. The helpful ones come in the form of a temperature gauge and a measurement of the car’s oil pressure. Leaving the space free reveals a cool little Easter egg. Owners can change the transmission, paddle shifters, traction, and suspension. The coolest easter eggs are on the jeeps though. The Challenger air catcher is anything but normal and that’s a good thing. It’s ironic though considering the driver may have to peek around just to find it in the first place. In a clip uploaded to YouTube by the user Victoria, there’s a hidden audio system in the trunk. Explore the Dodge inventory and schedule your test drive today! As YouTube user Victoria shows in her rundown of Easter eggs on the 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat, there's a little surprise waiting for those who peer over the hood into the vents. The same source notes that it’s only on the Gen 5 models. During the lead up to the car’s release, Dodge had revealed its horsepower through an image without people even realizing it. It’s small, hidden, and bears no weight when it comes to performance, but it’s yet another instance that shows Dodge has put a lot of thought into their Easter eggs. All they have to do is push on the unlock button one time, then immediately push it again, only this time holding it down, which lowers all the windows at once. Those who move the air catcher and view it at the right angle are in for a surprise treat. This next one isn't exactly an Easter egg in the cars, but rather a clever promo for the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.