The Dodge Charger and Challenger have made a significant difference in the world of contemporary muscle vehicles. 

The pair leaves nothing to be wanted for ardent enthusiasts, 

from the resurrection of both namesakes to the crazy wheelie-prone, 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.

All good things must, however, come to an end, and the Mopar muscle cars will be discontinued after the 2023 model year. 

Nevertheless, the two aren't leaving quietly; instead, they are using unique "Last Call" models.

What cars will be discontinued in 2023? Unfortunately, the famous Dodge Challenger and Charger are no longer available for Mopar muscle car enthusiasts. 

The existence of muscle car culture as we know it is not, however, at an end. 

The used automobile market is flooded with previously used muscle cars like Dodge, Chevrolet, and Ford that you may use for many years. 

Additionally, the quick torque of electric vehicles (EVs) offers a promising future for muscle cars.

Why is the Challenger being discontinued? Dodge is not exempt from the changes taking place in the car industry, 

which is electrifying and experimenting with alternative energy sources. 

The brand will no longer produce the two in favour of EVs like the Hornet. 

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