Dodge Moves Electric Push In 2023
Dodge has not announced any platform on the pricing on any of the special editions for now. We await for this sweet ride along with the EV muscle car set to debut in a little over a year. While many new customers are raving about the 2023 Dodge Hornet SUV, there are two remaining cars in the current Dodge lineup, but they might change in a big way soon. Dodge will still offer the Dodge Charger and Challenger for the current 2023 model year and the upcoming Dodge EV muscle car will be ready as a 2025 model year ride. However, customers are aware that Dodge muscle will change drastically in less than two years.
Dodge Has EV Focus For More In 2024
Of course, there will be changes, but this is the difference of witnessing massive growth of a brand and brands that do not offer new waves to keep buyers interested. According to Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis. Talking to Muscle Cars & Trucks, Kuniskis said that there will be more suitable Dodge products to be presented next year to fill the slot that the muscle cars will vacate. Dodge has plenty of loyal followers to push ahead the brand.
“I will tell you that it’s more than today. And not even a little bit more than today. By the way, we’re going to share our future long-term plans with our dealers early next year. And we would love to believe that all this stuff is top secret when we do it, but it’s not,” said Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis told the publication.
Dodge Brings On the Best of Their Brand
Kuniskis added that Dodge’s long-term future plans are to be exposed to the dealers next year. He also anticipates that these plans will be leaked though he sounded like he’s okay with that transpiring. As for what will be revealed in 2023 to join Dodge’s model lineup, that’s still a mystery at this point. A full-size rendition of the Durango is expected to be introduced, as well as next-generation, Hurricane I6 engine-powered muscle cars that will be built on the new STLA Large architecture.
The production version of the recently introduced electric muscle car, previewed in the newest Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept, could also reach showrooms early in 2024. Keep in mind, we know there will be several arrangements of this “eMuscle” car. The details show the brand will have varying power outputs depending on the model. Don’t forget the Dodge Challenger has brought out the Black Ghost, a modern version of the Challenger that served as a throwback to the 1970 Challenger muscle car. Don’t forget, the 2023 Dodge Challenger gained a manual transmission for the current 2023 model year. We’re ready to help our customers see the light with the Challenger and Charger options.
While the UAW (Union Auto Workers) have started to go on strike as they demand for wage increases. For shoppers, they don’t have to worry as much. Automation takes care of so much in today’s day and age of vehicle production. In the case of Stellantis, they won’t have as much to worry about versus their competition. This will help curb the losses in both time and production of newer rides set for a refresh or outright and entirely new platforms. Let’s see time play this out and for now, choose us at Miami Lakes Automall!
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