Dodge Journey interior design style ‘inspired by interior designers in the Philippines’
The interior of the Dodge Journey, the company’s flagship SUV, has undergone a lot of changes over the years.
The Journey was launched in 2004 with a design that featured a “traditional design” that emphasized a low roofline, a high profile roof and the classic look of the mid-century modern design.
But the brand later changed course, introducing a new look and a new interior that was more modern, minimalist and even a little bit futuristic.
“The new interior, designed by a leading interior design firm in the region, is a complete reimagining of the Journey,” the company said in a press release at the time.
Dodge Journey’s first-generation interior design concept image.
(Photo: Dodge Journey)The interior of its new SUV was initially inspired by a design firm called Interior Designers in the Philippine Islands, or IDIC, but the company also created the interior of a different vehicle, the Odyssey, which featured a high-profile roof.
In its first-ever teaser, the Journey showed off its new interior in a trailer and in a photo, with the car in the same position as it did on the show floor.
The trailer shows a high roofline that rises to the top of the hood, with a “modern” design that features a low profile, a curved roof and a very low roof line.
The brand says the new interior design will continue to evolve and change, so look for the brand to share more interior designs with the public.