Dodge’s V8-powered muscle cars are nearing the end of the assembly line.

The automaker has announced that production of the current Challenger and Charger will end in December 2023 before they are replaced by a new electric vehicle platform.

The Charger sedan and Challenger coupe began production in the automaker's Brampton, Canada, facility in 2005 and 2008, respectively. 

Since then, automobiles with almost three billion horsepower have been produced.

With a bevvy of unique editions and extras as well as the addition of a commemorative "Last Call" emblem beneath the hood of each 2023 car, Dodge is holding a blowout party for both models.

Seven additional iterations of the pair will be released over the next several weeks, with the eighth making its premiere at the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas in November.

Although no information has been made public about any of them, Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis claimed that the seventh will go down in history, 

hinting that it would surpass the 808 horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon as the most potent internal combustion engine muscle vehicle ever produced.

Dodge is also adding the basic 717 horsepower Hellcat engine to its highly customised Jailbreak ordering option, 

which was introduced last year with the 807 hp supercharged V8-powered Challenger and Charger Hellcat Redeye vehicles. 

Customers may combine paint colours, trim, and aesthetic packages in almost any way they can conceive of using The Jailbreak.

B5 Blue, Plum Crazy Purple, and Sublime Green, three vintage Dodge paint colours, are being reintroduced back to the palette this year along with the more contemporary Destroyer Grey.

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