Dodge’s first electric muscle car will offer three major technical configurations, each of which will then offer three power levels.
In August, Dodge unveiled the Charger Daytona SRT concept, heralding its first all-electric muscle car. On the occasion of the 2022 edition of the SEMA Show, the brand is exhibiting an evolution of its prototype, easily recognizable with its new red color “Stryker Red”. There are also new 18-inch carbon fiber rims.
This new concept is above all an opportunity to provide more information on the technical part, at least for what will become the entry and mid-range. These versions will have a 400 volt system.
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The base model will have an output of 340 kW, or about 462 hp. For the mid-range, Dodge currently announces 440 kW, around 598 hp. The particularity is that it will be possible to unlock, for each variant, two power levels, named eStage 1 and eStage 2. They will be installed by remote update! You will need to download a special key to access it.
With the starting model, the two power increases will be 370 and 400 kW (503 and 544 hp approximately). For the core range, it will be 470 and 500 kW (639 and 670 hp approximately).
The top of the range will be the SRT Banshee version, with an 800 V system. There too, three power levels… but Dodge is still keeping them secret.
This eco-friendly muscle car will hit the roads in 2024.