The history of the original Dodge Dart began in 1960 when the well-known American brand presented a three-volume with enormous dimensions (5,31 x 1,99 meters) and bold design. The marked aesthetic details and the numerous curves of the body make the Dart a car with a traditionalist aesthetic but at the same time easily recognizable and attributable to the Michigan brand. The Dodge Dart takes its name from the contemporary Convair F-16 Delta Dart, known as an airplane of incredible technology and performance. The Dodge Dart was sold in four generations: the first update was carried out in 1962, the second in 1963, the third in 1967 (pictured). Each version became smaller in size and less exaggerated in aesthetics; the fourth generation could in fact be considered a full-fledged mid-size. All generations were available in both two-door and four-door versions. Introduced in 1971, the bolder and more iconic version of the Dart took the name of Demon. In 1976, the Dart was replaced by the Asper but its name was reused by Dodge in 2012; the 2012 Dodge Dart is a premium subcompact made in collaboration with Alfa Romeo.
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