The all-electric Dodge Daytona SRT will surpass its Hellcat V8-powered predecessors in “all key performance measures.”

After 2023, Dodge will stop making the Charger and Challenger, putting an end to the history of American muscle cars that dates back to 1965.

Fans of Dodge's brash styling, straight-line speed, and growling exhaust systems shouldn't give up hope just yet, though, as the American manufacturer, 

which is owned by Stellantis, has already shown a concept that offers a glimpse of the "future of electric muscle."

In contrast to 400-volt EV designs, the Dodge Daytona SRT has a novel 800-volt, 

all-wheel drive Banshee architecture that enables quicker charging, better cooling, and lighter cabling.

It will outperform its Hellcat V8-powered relatives "in all essential performance parameters," which is more significant. 

The 797-horsepower Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, 

which according to Car and Driver testing accelerates to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, won't be able to match it in terms of speed.

But how can an EV make up for the loss of a loud, terrible V8's growl when it is naturally almost noiseless? 

To turn the quiet drone of the electric motors into a monstrous 126-decibel noise, Dodge created a Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust. 

According to C&D, the term is derived from the word "Fratzog," which alludes to the emblem used on vintage Dodge muscle vehicles.

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