Dodge’s Indecisiveness Leads to Mixed Emotions Over Charger Daytona’s Fratzonic Exhaust

Internal and External Controversy Surrounding Electronic Exhaust Sparks Debate

Introducing the latest model of the Dodge Charger Daytona. This newest edition boasts a fully electric engine, yet it is far from being a silent ride. Utilizing Dodge’s patented Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust technology, the Charger revives the iconic growl of a classic muscle car. But what exactly does this unconventional feature entail? And perhaps more crucially, how does it affect the overall sound of the vehicle?

At Dodge’s press conference, the Charger Daytonas were showcased to the media in secrecy. Although snippets of sound can be heard in the official launch video, they do not accurately represent the actual product. This is because Dodge has yet to determine the ideal sound for their new electric Charger.

“We’ve changed it 100 times,” CEO Tim Kuniskis admitted to the press. He revealed that at Dodge, the discussion is ongoing as they consider various sounds. However, he stressed that it will be loud – just as loud as the current Charger Hellcat. And it won’t be a simple matter of using speakers directed towards the pavement.

The Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust plays a crucial role in this process. It is clear that it utilizes speakers, since electric motors do not emit the traditional sounds associated with combustion engines. However, these speakers are strategically placed within a customized chamber to generate sound, or to be more precise, to manipulate it. Dodge has not disclosed the specific blueprint of this chamber. But the fusion of the speakers and the chamber will infuse the Charger Daytona with a touch of vintage Detroit V-8 spirit. At least, that is the desired outcome according to Dodge’s intentions.

According to recent feedback, opinions on past sample sounds have been varied. The initial introduction of the Charger Daytona SRT EV concept showcased a shrill noise that closely resembled the one heard in The Wraith, a cult classic film from the 1980s where a youthful Charlie Sheen drove the “supernatural” Dodge M4S concept car. A subsequent sound clip was unveiled a couple of months later, which featured a deeper rumble similar to a V-8 engine, yet still distinctly manufactured.

Dodge has announced that those seeking a calm electric vehicle can mute the sound. But for those looking for a bit more excitement, the Charger Daytona will allow you to rev the engine without any restrictions at stoplights, car exhibitions, drag races, and even in the early hours of the day as a subtle dig at your neighbor. It is expected that the updated version of the car’s audio will be revealed before it hits production this summer.

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