Dodge To Create New Muscle Look By 2024?
Photo Credit: TuningCarPS
As we await the arrival of the 2022 Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger models, we can gain a sneak peek of these muscle cars by looking at the facts. The main difference involving the changes to other rival brands include promises of an EV future, as the same for Dodge and it’s electric plans. But, without getting too far ahead into the future, let’s examine our notes and share the details we know so far. Dodge does plan on building more Challenger and Charger models; General Motors has not given the green light to the Camaro continuing. But what can we expect as Dodge enthusiasts?
Building A New Dodge Muscle Car
Early renderings by various automotive outlets pigeon the Challenger and Charger frame to change by 2024. As it’s been well documented and obvious to buyers by now, Dodge has seen fantastic sales thanks to its impressive body frame that has hosted 13 model years worth of vehicles. Following a “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it” approach, the Dodge brand has excelled without reinventing the wheel or radically changing the mold of its famed muscle cars.
Latest Digital Renderings Show Sleek Style
One digital artist, TuningCarPS, has produced a rendering that shows a Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody receiving a front-end revision that gains an appearance from quite a few elements from the Alfa Romeo Giulia while including minimalist LED light clusters but offering an American design. Some reports suggest the merger that created Stellantis will mean a new crop of mash-ups between the former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles products. This illustrated concept of Dodge-Alfa Romeo takes directly from the rumor of the future generation of muscle cars taking cues from the Giorgio platform of the Giulia.Since FCA merged with the Peugeot Groupe PSA this new entity is looking to build a future that saves money and some crossover platforms might be a result of where the Stellantis company goes regarding certain brands.
Current Plans For Building of Dodge Muscle
Stellantis has reached a new three-year labor deal with Canadian trade union Unifor that ensures the production of the Challenger and Charger will continue through 2023. So this rules out the possibility, for at least two more model years, that the muscle cars will have any massive changes. The Brampton Assembly site outside Toronto, which builds the Dodge muscle cars, is set to gain a $1.3 billion investment to create as many as three new alternatives of the Dodge muscle cars. That’s where the speculation has come in regarding the future of the Dodge brand. Might we see the hybridized ZF eight-speed transmissions ordered by FCA back in 2019? The hope for a restructured Dodge muscle car lineup can be expected as soon as 2024. Till then, for all muscle car enthusiasts itching to drive and handle the current line-up of impressive Dodge muscle, rush over to Kendall Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram now.
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