Officially, the Dodge Hellcat is surviving on borrowed time.
The most potent trim levels of Dodge's muscle vehicles, including the Challenger, Charger, and Durango, are now the only ones to wear the "Hellcat" emblem.
Unfortunately, that badge will soon disappear, which is awful news for supporters.
Dodge Hellcat vehicles will end production in 2023
Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis stated in an interview with Motor Authority at the 2021 LA Auto Show that the company will discontinue using the Hellcat badge by 2023.
Kuniskis declared, "I will have this car, this platform, and this powerplant to the end of '23.
"You have two more years to purchase a Hellcat after that, and it's over."
This was somewhat expected given that the 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat was only intended to be a one-year model.
The Durango Hellcat engine, according to Motor Authority, won't comply with emissions standards beyond 2021.
Fans may not have known that the Dodge Hellcat insignia will be completely gone in two years, though.
The CEO speculated that the Charger Hellcat and Challenger Hellcat's demise is related to pollution standards.
With these automobiles, you can still fulfil emissions requirements, said Kuniskis. You will incur significant penalty for noncompliance.
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