Sneak Peek at Debut of Production-Ready Dodge Charger Daytona

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Dodge has recently released the initial official images of the upcoming Dodge Charger, showcasing the production model on its various social media outlets. These photos provide a first glimpse at the final version of the impressive Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept. The collection of four pictures offers a closer view of the car, with one capturing the front end concealed in camouflage. From what we can see, the sleek and powerful design of the coupe indicates that it may return to its roots as a two-door vehicle.

Although the initial idea introduced was electric, it appears that Dodge may offer both a traditional combustion engine option and an electric version of their next-generation Charger.

Previously released photos of the body frame exposed at the factory confirm the presence of a classic transmission passageway, indicating that the base can support a standard transmission attached to the rear of a gas-powered motor. While the Last Call series marked the closure of the Hemi V8 era, it is important to note that only the V8 engine has ceased production, not the use of combustion altogether.

According to reports, the upcoming Charger model will most likely be equipped with a Hurricane turbocharged inline-six engine. This same engine has already replaced the V8 in the 2025 Dodge Ram 1500 lineup, including the TRX edition. There have also been sightings of Dodge testing Challenger prototypes featuring the Hurrican inline-six engine.

The latest update on the upcoming Dodge model indicates a pre-production prototype, with a projected release date of late 2024. This suggests that we can anticipate a comprehensive unveiling before the mid-year mark, and perhaps even before summer.

When it makes its appearance, anticipate the six-cylinder version to deliver a maximum of 540 horsepower. The electric option, which is set to be the top-of-the-line model, will boast an impressive 885 horsepower. This particular variant will also feature a revolutionary Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust system that can produce decibel levels comparable to the powerful Hellcat and will include simulated gearshifts to enhance the driving experience. Despite not having a V8 engine, this model promises to provide an exhilarating drive.

The official countdown has begun for the unveiling of Dodge’s next generation muscle car.


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