Dodge Prepares For Electrification By Teasing New EV Muscle Car, Launches In 2024

It might have seen laughable the idea of Dodge, the purveyors of V8 muscle and a brilliantly mad engineering team that crams Hellcat engines into increasingly insane vehicles building an electric car. But the winds are blowing towards green motoring, and even Dodge has to face the music. But rather than bowing to the pressure, the performance brand has revealed that it will indeed build an all-electric muscle car to cater to a new generation of buyers.   Reaching The Limit Opens Up New Engineering Avenues Dodge claims that part of their decision centered on the fact that the Hemi …

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Dodge brings devilish performance to the masses with 807 horsepower Redeye Hellcrate motor

Are you a performance junkie that owns a Dodge product and thinks the standard 707 horsepower Hellcat engine is about as exciting as a pack of expired pop rocks? If so, the brand appears to have your needs covered with the unveiling of the crate motor version of the Redeye version of the fabled engine. The engine is the latest entry into the company’s growing library of crate motors, and joins the standard 6.2 liter blown engine, and the limited production 1,000 horsepower 426 “Hellephant” in the parts catalog. As is the case with the factory installed motor, the Redeye …

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2021 Dodge Charger Redeye: Brings Things Full Circle, 797 Horsepower Is Still Rad

When Dodge first unleashed the Challenger Redeye a few years ago, the world wondered whether the Charger would be allowed to take a bite out of the same forbidden fruit. The wait for it took longer than anticipated, but Dodge has now taken the wraps off of the 2021 Dodge Charger Redeye which aims to solidify its status in the muscle car wars. The Redeye is also out to stake Dodge’s claim of building the fastest production sedan in the entire world thanks to its 6.2 liter supercharged Hellcat V8. Like the Challenger Redeye, the Charger version produces 797 horsepower …

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2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock: Is A Demon In Redeye Clothing

The Dodge Challenger has worn plenty of hats during its long and illustrious production run. But just when we think the decade old LY platform is reaching its limits, SRT engineers manage to extract more performance goodness from its well worn bones. In this instance, they have managed to once again establish a new pinnacle of performance, with the unveiling of the 2021 Dodge Challenger Super Stock. At its core, the Super Stock is a Redeye model that has received a power boost, with the car now making 807 horsepower (versus the outgoing model’s 797 horsepower.) It also benefits from …

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Dodge: Teases 2021 Performance Lineup, Plays National Anthem With Hemi Engines

Dodge will have a very busy summer ahead of it. While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the Woodward Dream Cruise, and the Roadkill Nights drag event that precedes it, Dodge customers are still enjoying there vehicles, and sales are still moving at such a pace, that Dodge will have to skip the traditional summer plant shutdown to meet demand. In addition, the 2021 Dodge model lineup will be making its way to dealerships soon, and the brand chose to tease it in grand style, with a unique rendition of the national anthem.   The anthem is part …

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Dodge Puts The Brakes On Challenger ACR Rumors, Denies That It Is Building One

The world was a buzz last week when rumors appeared suggesting that Dodge was beginning development of an ACR version of its Challenger muscle car. With a badge last worn by the axed Dodge Viper and some of the aerodynamic magic that defined that curvaceous two door, the report certainly had all the essential details that many enthusiasts desired. However, according to Dodge, the rumors are not true, with the performance brand confirming that one is indeed not happening.   The confirmation came via a report from the publication Autoweek with the publication quoting an unidentified Dodge spokesman who was quoted …

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Dodge Challenger Receiving ACR Model? New Report Suggests That It Would Be Benchmarked With Legendary Viper Sports Car

The Dodge Challenger has burned plenty of rubber, and in the process created a one of a kind legacy. It first appeared back in 2008, and it has soldiered on largely unchanged since then. While this means that the Challenger is truly ancient as far as automobiles are concerned, the muscle bound two door is also a modern success story of versatility, with the LY platform being perhaps one of the most versatile and adaptable platforms that we have ever seen in a FCA product. But while models like the SRT Hellcat, Demon (pictured,) and even the current Hellcat Redeye …

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Dodge Expands Daytona Package Availability To Scat Pack and R/T Models According To Report

When Dodge announced the Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition late last year, it was limited to only 501 examples, and it brought a number of performance enhancements that were exclusive to the model. But for buyers that want to get in on the fun, but were either late to the party or deterred by the high price tag, Dodge has just now opened the order books for a new wave of Daytona Edition models according to the folks from Mopar Insiders. Unlike their fire breathing predecessor, these Daytona Edition offerings will only be available for Scat Pack …

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2020 Dodge Charger GT Brings Four Season Capability To Dodge’s Musclecar Entry

When it comes to making lemonade out of squeezed lemons, few can top Dodge and their incredible ability to do just that with some of their models. One prominent example is the Dodge Charger, with the model last receiving a major refresh in 2015, with the updated platform tracing its roots back to 2011. While this makes the Charger an aging grizzled veteran in a sea of decidedly younger competitors. The Charger is defying the trend of slumping sedan sales, with the model actually recording a noticeable double digit increase in sales. This is the best sales performance in a …

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