Now we know just how serious Dodge is about reinventing American muscle for the electric vehicle era. Early in 2022 we will see the first Dodge electric muscle car concept, followed by a plug-in hybrid and a third significant new vehicle.
There also will be gas-powered buzz vehicles for enthusiasts in the lead-up to 2024 when the first EV will hit the road, but Dodge will stop production of its current pair of high-octane muscle cars—the Challenger coupe and Charger sedan—in two years and replace them with new cars on new platforms.
Dodge Brand CEO Tim Kuniskis only just announced in July that Dodge would have its first pure EV in 2024. We kinda thought we would have to wait a while to see just how Dodge was going to tackle the future. Turns out we were too patient, because the future (at least at Dodge) is almost now.
For the full story, check out this article from Motor Trend.