Muscle cars also have to say goodbye to fuel! 2024 Dodge Charger EV will transform into a pure electric vehicle in 2024
The Dodge Charger is a classic American muscle sedan known for its powerful V8 engine and rear-wheel drive. But as the auto industry transitions to electrification, Dodge has to keep up. As a result, it plans to launch a new 2024 Dodge Charger EV, which will be a fully electric four-door sedan using the Stellatis formed from the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Fuji Heavy Industries (PSA). New electric platform from Stellantis.
Dodge hasn’t revealed many details about the new 2024 Dodge Charger EV, but it has released a teaser video showing off its silhouette and some design elements. We can see that it has a low and wide stance similar to the existing Charger, and a front end similar to the Challenger. It also has a full-size LED light bar that wraps around the rear and displays “Charger” and “E-Muscle” lettering.
“We’re not going to copy what we already have,” Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis said in the video. “We’re going to introduce an all-new, pure, pure, performance-first 2024 Dodge Charger EV.” He also promised that the new car will be faster than the Hellcat version, which is the most powerful Charger currently and is equipped with a 707-horsepower 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine.
We don’t yet know what battery and motor configuration the new car will use, but we expect it to at least offer four-wheel drive and a range of more than 500 miles (804.67 kilometers). It may also come with some performance options, such as bigger brakes, stiffer suspension, and more refined aerodynamics. We also expect it to have a modern and high-tech interior, with a large touchscreen display and a digital instrument cluster.
Dodge plans to officially unveil the new car in late 2023 or early 2024, with sales starting later in 2024. We expect it to start around $60,000, and may be available in many grades and versions. We’re excited to see how Dodge combines its muscle car heritage with future electrification technology.