Dodge is switching to electricity, and this is the first eMuscle idea.
I've been a lifetime Dodge fan, and I adore this large coupe's classic look, loud fratzonic exhaust, and manual transmission.
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept, however, is a forgettable moniker for the vehicle.
It has a style reminiscent to MOPAR mad-libs from the 1960s.
Furthermore, it should go without saying that the Dodge 880 is the ideal moniker for Stellantis' first eMuscle electric vehicle.
The Charger Daytona SRT Concept is here
I stated that Dodge had discontinued the Charger in November 2021.
This is due to CEO Tim Kuniskis's announcement that manufacture of the internal combustion Charger will end in 2023.
The "brotherhood of muscle" would gladly accept a fresh eMuscle lineup in its stead.
It became clear that Dodge will electrify sooner rather than later ..
when it unveiled plans to debut its new eMuscle powertrain during the 2024 NASCAR season.
Then, in August 2022, Stellantis debuted the Charger Daytona SRT Concept, an all-electric vehicle.
Despite having a similar appearance to the modern Charger, this idea has three significant differences: It is a coupe rather than a sedan.
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