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Production-spec Dodge Charger EV to be unveiled on March 5

Last month, Dodge released the first teaser images of the next-generation Charger on social media. As per the latest update, the new Charger EV will be officially unveiled on March 5.

The Dodge Charger will be offered with a pure-electric powertrain for the very first time. However, that doesn’t mean the Charger EV will be focused on mileage or low drag coefficients. Matt McAlear, Senior VP of Dodge SRT Global Sales & Marketing, describes it as “the next generation of muscle”.


The styling of the new Charger will be based on the Charger Daytona concept that was revealed back in 2022. The latest teasers released by the company suggest that the car will retain most of the design traits. It will get a rectangular front fascia with slim LED headlights, an LED light bar, flared wheel arches and a strong shoulder line.

The Dodge Charger EV is said to be based on 400-volt architecture, with the top-spec version putting out 885 hp courtesy of an 800-volt architecture. An ICE version is also said to be in the works. It is likely to come with a 6-cylinder engine.

The current-gen Charger went out of production in December last year. The final unit to leave the factory was a Scat Pack Widebody.

Source: Motor1

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