The year was 1900, and in the midst of a world, teeming with brainy individuals fresh from the industrial revolution, along came the Dodge brothers Horace and John who started manufacturing automotive engine, chassis, and car components for other American car brands due to their design and craftsmanship. Eventually, having set the sight of building their own car after their name - the 1914 Dodge Bros. Model 30 or the “Old Betsy” was born with great success because of its dependability and value.
But tragedy soon haunted the fast-rising American automaker, as both Horace and John passed away in 1920, leaving behind a legacy that was passed on to Chrysler, and have since then became one of the world’s most iconic automotive brands, surviving the war times, and surging on to its present state. Now formally known as the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corporation, the brand’s reps are just as high-ranking as it was, more than a hundred years ago.
Here in the Philippines, Dodge offers the Challenger, Charger, and the Dodge Durango. It is being distributed by the Auto Nation Group Inc. alongside Chrysler PH, Jeep PH, and Mercedes-Benz PH.