In a clip uploaded to YouTube by the user Victoria, there’s a hidden audio system in the trunk. or select -. Aside from keeping up and reporting on the latest news in the auto world, David loves to fish, watch movies, and spend time with family and friends where he currently resides in Southern California. Easy to fool the masses with this one, but Dodge once again delivers a cheeky (and functional) Easter egg. It’s a fun addition that will be hard for drivers to ignore each time they get in the car. 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. The more unique and exclusive attributes automakers put on their cars, the more appealing they make them. Considering Chrysler bought Dodge, the Pacifica is like a distant relative. 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. What makes it sneaky is that the trick to shutting off that alarm lies in the seatbelt itself. Here are a few Easter eggs you can find in the latest Dodge lineup. It was so good, we had to include it on the list. A small graphic showing a Demon doing a wheelie is not only a cool find, but a reference to its Guinness Book world record. There’s a little surprise on the dashboard when it happens. When we inspected the 2015 Jeep Renegade, we found more than 30 Easter eggs. Test of the 2016 Dodge Charger SXT Blacktop, whose muscle-car looks are backed up by a 3.6-liter V-6. Interestingly enough, Road and Track even reports that many Easter eggs are trademarks, meaning that owners will have to buy replacement parts from the factory if they want their vehicle to bear the same Easter eggs. The same source notes that this Easter egg is brand spanking new and just arrived with the 2019 models. 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. The same source notes that it’s in the latest 2019 models, which proves that the desire for Easter eggs is still going strong. Like all good Easter eggs, it takes some digging and resides within the center console. Owners will care less about paying extra for the parts though once they see how inventive Dodge’s Easter eggs are, which we cover below. Today, he almost gets as much of a thrill haggling over the price of a car at a dealership as he does driving a sports car. 6th Gen Dodge Charger. Although Easter eggs are often tiny details scattered throughout the vehicle, they often reveal something about the brand’s history and often put a smile on the faces of Dodge enthusiasts. It might seem pointless on the surface for a major automaker like Dodge to spend time putting Easter eggs in their cars. A clever design choice on Dodge’s part that when everything lines up, presents a satisfying Easter egg. With a dual purpose, the part is even cooler now. It’s not just any old skyline though, but what Dodge Garage confirms is Detroit. It’s located on a corner on the driver’s side. Etched into the rubber matting is a city skyline. Come scavenge for these Easter eggs and more at University Dodge. It can also control other parts of the car while the driver isn’t behind the steering wheel, like the power windows. Before they started the Dodge Brothers Company, John and Horace Dodge made parts for Ford according to the site History. Located on the passenger door handle from the inside is a little scoop near the power window switch. With so many customizable options, drivers will feel a greater sense of ownership fashioning the car's driving style to their liking. That’s all there is to it. With a rich and enduring legacy, it’s only natural Dodge would insert Easter eggs into their vehicles. Depending on what model Challenger one has—whether it’s an SRT Hellcat, SRT Demon or T/A—determines what the inside looks like. Then there’s the fun engine timer that will help drivers see how little time it takes to get to 60 mph. There’s a sneaky trick for Ram truck owners who tend to take a more rebellious stance. That little key fob does more than just unlock and lock the vehicle, at least when it comes to Dodge vehicles. While there are other ways of measuring this, it’s nice to have it actually built-in to the vehicle. Those who move the air catcher and view it at the right angle are in for a … Also, if you check out the grills on the Chrysler 300 and the the Dodge Charger, the mesh grill is made out of the same shape as the grill. Follow University Dodge on social media to stay up to date with the latest Dodge news. According to Dodge Garage, there’s a cool image carved out of the center console that shows past Ram pickup trucks. Inside that space is a textured lining and slapped in the middle is the outline of an odd shape. 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 Challenger air catcher is anything but normal and that’s a good thing. HotCars News Editor and small business owner, David has been writing for the site since 2018 and can remember sitting on his father’s lap in the driver’s seat of his family’s two-door Ford Maverick thinking he was the one steering into the driveway. Then again, we don’t encourage anyone to try it out unless they’re on a race track or somewhere safe.