A glimpse into 2025 Dodge Charger EV’s details

A glimpse into 2025 Dodge Charger EV’s details

As the automotive world hurtles towards an electrified future, the iconic Dodge Charger sedan is poised for a revolutionary makeover in 2025. Refusing to be left behind, the company is gearing up for a groundbreaking transformation by getting an all-electric powertrain. A tantalizing glimpse into the future of the iconic sedan was provided with the Charger Daytona SRT EV concept that was revealed in 2022. The centerpiece of the 2025 Dodge Charger's performance will reportedly be an all-electric powertrain, which would confirm the automobile brand's commitment to a new era of driving. The Banshee, an 800-volt electric version of the sedan, will steal the spotlight by promising all-wheel-drive (AWD) prowess and an impressive 800 to 900 horsepower.

However, Dodge tantalizes enthusiasts further by claiming that the iconic sedan could be made available in multiple powertrain options, including a 400-volt "base trim" with 455 horsepower. The intrigue deepens further as some reports suggest the potential coexistence of internal combustion engines (ICEs), potentially housing a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter "Hurricane" inline-six engine.

The Charger Daytona SRT EV Concept hints at a return to the two-door format, which echoes the vehicle’s roots as a formidable muscle car. Stylistically, a swoopy liftback design is expected, coupled with a wide stance and a high beltline. Inside, a minimalist aesthetic takes center stage, featuring a broad dash adorned with more than one digital displays for driver information as well as infotainment. As the concept is poised to become a production reality, it seems as if the Charger is set to embrace the future without deserting its heritage.

While the Dodge Charger is all set to embrace electrification, it refuses to part with its muscle car soul. The iconic brand introduces the Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust sound – an electronic symphony amplifying performance sound through an amplifier and tuning chamber to reconstruct the typical roar of a muscle car. This suggests that the electrifying Charger will not only perform like a muscle car but also sounds like it.

Amidst the anticipation, some reports claim that the 2025 Charger will be bear the Daytona moniker. In fact, there will potentially be dual nomenclature—Charger for ICE model and Daytona for its electric counterpart.

The grand debut of the 2025 Dodge Charger is expected towards the end of current year. While the pricing for the vehicle remains under wraps, the departing Charger’s starting price tag of approx. $35,000 suggests an approachable entry for enthusiasts. However, with the allure of electrification and the range-topping AWD Banshee, the price spectrum may extend into six figures for those seeking the peak of performance.

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