When we think about the lifespan of a vehicle, most vehicles see their production run end before they can reach a second generation. Some brands will wait about five years before adding a new generation, only offering refreshes. A refresh is when a vehicle is upgraded to a more significant degree than the previous model year. There is an even more massive change to a vehicle when a new generation is put together. This means a difference of most of the components that can change the wheel size, the entire length, volume and scope as well.
Dodge Knows A Thing Or Two About Longevity
Dodge was able to produce the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger in 2006 and 2008, respectively. These vehicles were not only able to survive on the same platform from then till now, they offered special edition packages but more or less remained the same inside as far as it’s construction was concerned. That longevity is astounding and unheard of, but was placated on the ability to maintain sales and improve the engine and offerings for customers. Now Dodge is back to the drawing board with this new generation that will have to sustain a similar value, though we hope there will be a new generation that comes sooner than the previous incarnation of their fierce muscle cars. That’s a remarkable length and Dodge is geared to make their battery-electric vehicles carry a similar production run with this next generation of all goes well.
Ramping Up BEVs Across the Board
Stellantis saw their sales of BEVs increase as much as 41%, in just one year. They went from 204,000 BEVs produced in 2021 up to 288,000 BEVs in 2022. The next generation Charger or Challenger (whichever they decide on nameplate-wise) will most likely be a BEV. An investment of another $155 million was just announced by Stellantis that should help further push their brands into the new electrified present and ongoing future for customers ahead. The pursuit to bring buyers the latest technology is going to not only drive sales but how many customers receive a greater return on their investment both while using their ride and after they move on from the experience.
The 2023 model year is the last model year to include the solely combustion engine offerings as the electric Dodge muscle car is expected to begin with the 2024 model year class. The time is and has been running out for those who are still thinking Dodge is running the same ol’ business as usual campaign. Allow us to repeat, buyers chances of driving the current Dodge lineup is ending quite soon!
Update On Final “Last Call” Dodge Reveal
The seventh and final “Last Call” edition is coming near and as we await for this sweet ride along with the EV muscle car set to debut in less than two years. The perks of the Dodge Challenger have only piled up as we’ve showcased the impressive interior highlights, the lush appearance packages, and the heart-racing speeds provided. Dodge muscle cars are a unique experience for owners and we’re ready to show them off here at Miami Lakes Automall.
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