The 2024 Dodge Charger concept, initially seen in its fast Daytona SRT trim, is the clearest sign yet that electric cars are taking over.
One of the most powerful muscle vehicles can be electrified, which is a significant endeavour with significant performance benefits.
The next big electric vehicle platform from Stellantis, which is expected to have a range of up to 500 miles, will likely support the next-generation Charger.
Of course, a lower range estimate is likely to occur if the performance is turned up to Hellcat levels.
Speaking of which, while Dodge hasn't provided much information on the 2018 Charger's powertrain,
we can plainly see the vehicle performing a four-wheel burnout in a YouTube teaser video for the Daytona SRT model.
The style of the new vehicle is unmistakably a tribute to vintage Challenger and Charger models, and the Fratzog insignia,
which was used on Dodge vehicles from the 1960s and 1970s, is back.
The new Charger will be a two-door coupe with a liftback trunk, unlike the previous iteration.
The Charger Daytona SRT concept has a special chambered exhaust system
that is intended to mimic the sound of the outgoing supercharged V-8 SRT Hellcat model in order to ensure that it upholds the Dodge brand values.
What's New for 2024?
When the next-generation Charger goes on sale, perhaps for the 2024 model year, it will be a whole new car for the Dodge portfolio.
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