Why Dodge Muscle Is the Play

April 19th, 2022 by

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As we’ve noted, the future of the Dodge brand, as well as the car industry as a whole, will change this decade more than it has in any previous decade in recorded history. Now, the first step of progress has finally been revealed. But, while the electric future is coming, we must remind customers to buy the current line-up of Dodge muscle while they can! From the Dodge Charger and Challenger base trims to the high-powered SRT vehicles like the Hellcat and Hellcat Redeye, we are primed to see these vehicles sell out before the Dodge muscle EV arrives in less than two years.

Dodge Looking To Provide Better Fuel Efficiency

Cleaner vehicles, such as EVs and hybrids, are the sole focus for the future of Dodge. As the current focus for the automotive industry, Dodge will upgrade their rides competition supplying the world’s first electric muscle car, a future spectacle for all drivers and dealerships to make note of. Dodge will extend up the electrified trim to be identified later as Stellantis, the parent company of Dodge, has announced a tagline that represents where they stand today. “Tear Up the Streets, Not the Planet”. The Dodge brand contributed a comment that included “Dodge will not sell electric cars, but will sell American muscle” as the brand prepares their designers have achieved the limit of what they can offer from internal combustion machines. The Dodge brand “has an obligation to embrace” electrification for a high-performance future in this decade and beyond. There are some stories that the first-ever electric muscle car produced by Dodge (or anywhere else) might truly be known as something completely new.

What We Think We Will See Come 2023

Dodge knows buyers want the speed and seductive power provided with its muscle cars. But, we ask if our readers know the coming changes to the Dodge brand. We have learned the Dodge Challenger will no longer carry a manual Challenger option. The true glimpse of what to expect is almost upon us for the 2024 Dodge muscle EV lineup, as production would begin in just over a year. The sizing of these vehicles should be around the same, as HotCars.com speculates the vehicle will be larger due to its power output and charging requirements. The eMuscle, as some call it, will be electrified, but none-the-less-powerful and fierce. The speculation of the Dodge muscle car is to have as much as 400-650 horsepower and the top of the line SRT Hellcat trim is possibly able to get as much as 1,000 horsepower. We don’t have the exact numbers, but perhaps as little as $55,000 or $60,000 MSRP is the expectation for this. 

This could be the end of the gasoline muscle car at some point with technology getting as good as it is currently. Dodge will show off a driveable concept of this electric Dodge muscle car later in 2022, with less than two years to go before we see the 2024 Dodge muscle EV. The in-line engines have already replaced the HEMI V8s, but we expect to see more upgrades across the Dodge lineup this decade as the brand moves in a new direction.

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