Since the Dodge Dart GT is the game's starter car, it is not featured in any car collection.
- In real life, the Dodge Dart GT is actually faster than in the games, with a top speed of 139 mph (224 km/h).
- Unlike other cars in the game, the Dodge Dart GT does not require to be purchased, as every player starts with this vehicle.
- The Pro Kits tutorial forces an upgrade on the Tires of the Dodge Dart GT whether you chose to do the tutorial or not. Hence, it is not possible to own a stock Dodge Dart GT anymore after the introduction of Pro Kits.
- If the Pro Kit levels on the car is removed through the use of cheating, it becomes possible to see the price and required cards to upgrade Tires Level 1. Furthermore, it requires 2 Initial Tech cards as opposed to 2 Early Tech cards that were used in the tutorial (this is the only car that requires 2 "Tires - D" cards and 2 Initial Tech cards).
- The Dodge Dart GT is the only car in the game that can not be owned as a car with pure stock stats or pure max stats due to the forced Pro Kit upgrade (as of the later versions of the game).
- In the Decals Update, all users whose Dodge Dart GTs were upgraded had their upgrades reverted to stock without any refunds, just like in Asphalt 7: Heat, where some users lost their cars, along with their upgrades and customizations without refunds. However, Gameloft knew this and fixed this by giving all users who lost their upgrades 10 free Class D Upgrades. For users who maxed out their Dart GTs, they were instead given 20 free Class D upgrades.
- The Dodge Dart GT shares unique decal designs with the BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage and Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS.
- The Dodge Dart GT has a reputation in the Asphalt community of being a "joke car", often showing up in parody jokes and memes.
- Owing to its position as a starter's car and hence extremely poor performance considering the overall A8 garage, and also the name of the car model, the Dart GT is often jokingly referred to as the "Fart GT".