Dodge Teases More News About Electric Future Before 2024

August 20th, 2021 by

Goldberg Kendall Dodge

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The details of all the changes coming to Dodge have somewhat been revealed with its “Never Lift” program being announced. The sixth-annual Dodge Roadkill Nights, an automotive festival held in Pontiac, Michigan, was held the third weekend of August earlier this month. During the event, a press conference was held that gave Dodge fans, enthusiasts, plus media workers the chance to talk to the Dodge brass about anything their hearts desired. One such topic brought up was the electric plans that have been teased and announced to a degree for the muscle car brand. 

“When you make a big change, there’s going to be people that just aren’t going to follow you, at least initially. But a lot of those people will return eventually when they see we’re serious, and we’re going to be Dodge first,” remarked Tim Kuniskis. 

What Else We Have Learned About 2024

The calendar of debuts for the Dodge brand will include dates for the trim line changes to each respective Dodge vehicle in the coming months, new appearance-based trims that will carry significant upgrades as well as the eventual date for the end of the current platform used on their muscle cars. The Charger and Challenger have been built and ridden on the same platform since their debut the decade before last (2006 and 2008 respectively). We have already learned about the latest Dodge vehicle, the first all-electric Dodge muscle car set to debut by 2024.

“The new car comes in 2024. We didn’t say that the current cars are going to die in 2024. There might be a little overlap, but you’re not going to have years and years and years of the classic and the new one at the same time.” said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge CEO

When To Expect More Dodge Muscle News

The fourth quarter of 2021 begins in just over a month and a half and at some point is when we will see what is to come from the brand. Dodge saw their Challenger outsell the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro after the second-quarter of 2021. So success has continued for the brand in 2021. The forthcoming “Never Lift” program is sure to be a hit for all Dodge fans and owners alike. Keep in mind, the illustrious run for the mean Dodge muscle machines has lasted as long as it has this time around thanks to high-powered engineering that includes over 800 horsepower stock in some of these vehicles. The next two years will include more than trim packages with appearance upgrades; as we’ve been told before. Will there be something to rival the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye? We are waiting for more news, but allow us to offer some remarkably fast choices at Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram right now. 

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