The imminent Dodge Charger Daytona SRT's meaner Banshee Propulsion System is ready to overthrow the Hellcat's monstrous gas guzzler HEMI V8.

This year has seen a lot of activity in the electric car sector as new players have entered the electrification space. 

While the majority of firms focus on developing inexpensive, effective EVs, some have made a name for themselves with highly effective EVs.

Internal combustion engine-powered high-performance automobiles may soon be classified as an endangered species as automakers go forward with going all-electric. 

While we lament the demise of ICE-powered vehicles, the situation is worse for enthusiasts of muscle cars, particularly Mopar enthusiasts.

Recently, Dodge, the muscle car division of Stellantis, has finally discussed expanding into the monopoly of electric vehicles, 

which has left die-hard Mopar fans like us dejected. But Americans are a resilient people, and they don't give up easily.

Within a week after this announcement, Dodge entertained us with their first-ever BEV, the Charger Daytona SRT Concept. 

A newly developed "Banshee powertrain," which according to Dodge will be more powerful than the enormous Hellcat engine, powers the new Charger Daytona SRT Concept EV.

A "Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust," which promises a meaner exhaust noise than the Hellcat, has also been installed in Dodge's BEV. 

In addition to this, the Daytona SRT has a finely polished interior and an external design language that is aerodynamically enhanced to greatly boost performance. 

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