Dodge says that the concept drives like a Dodge, looks like a Dodge and feels like a Dodge, and that it just happens to be a battery-electric vehicle.

We've known for a long that the Dodge Charger and Challenger would cease to be powered by internal combustion engines in 2023.

Right now, everything in the automobile industry is moving in this direction as electrification takes centre stage. 

Dodge has also made it obvious that an electric Charger is on the way, but for a time, 

we were left wondering what the electric Charger of the future may include. So we no longer have to wonder.

The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept has recently been introduced by Dodge. 

This is an idea for the Charger of the future, which features a totally electric version of one of America's best and most well-liked muscle vehicles. 

According to Dodge, the concept car just so happens to be a battery-electric vehicle but nonetheless looks, feels, and drives like a Dodge. 

Making the Charger an electric vehicle may sound sacrilegious to purists. But we anticipated it, and this is the first step in making it happen.

Getting To Know The Daytona SRT Concept According to Dodge, the vehicle is a paradigm-shifting concept that reimagines what a BEV may actually be and provides a look into the brand's future. 

The renowned SRT Hellcat engine is obviously gone, and in its place is an electric drivetrain with a wonderfully distinctive sound. That's not all, though.

On this electric muscle vehicle, Dodge claims to have three game-changing, patent-pending features. 

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