Dodge is officially discontinuing the Charger. For the upcoming twelve months, Dodge will continue to make this venerable muscle vehicle.

However, the company plans to permanently discontinue the Dodge Charger's current iteration by 2024.

Dodge is canceling the Charger, effective 2024 A living legend, the Dodge Charger.

The original Dodge Charger was a midsize, two-door muscle automobile that was unveiled by Dodge in 1966. 

The Charger became an American legend because to its readily available big-block HEMI engines and unique "coke bottle" restyling. 

Even The Dukes of Hazzard and The Fast and the Furious featured the iconic Charger.

Dodge brought back the Charger brand for the 2006 model year. The four-door car with a vintage design was an immediate hit.

In just 2006, Dodge sold 114,201 Chargers. Additionally, sales continued to be robust for nearly a decade. 

The Charger is currently one of the few full-size V8 sports sedans in production.

But everything nice has to come to an end. Fans of the Chargers started to worry about their preferred muscle vehicle after Dodge killed the Durango SUV. 

Tim Kuniskis, CEO of Dodge, later spoke with MotorTrend and verified the reports. 

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