Future Dodge EVs

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Dodge Durango EV illustration
Dodge EV sedan illustration

We already know Dodge is working hard on a production version of the Charger Daytona SRT concept, which will probably be called “Charger EV”. The base version will produce over 450HP with a more powerful performance model producing 590HP. A top-of-the-line “Banshee” version will be even more powerful.

While Dodge will probably be the first to produce a true electric muscle car with the Charger EV, the real money is still in SUVs. The current Durango still sold over 55,000 units last year. Not that bad for a model that came out in late 2010. The new 3-row SUV will be based on the new STLA large platform. That platform is able to use a hybrid system as well as a full EV powertrain, but Dodge has been rumored to be going full EV soon and I wouldn’t expect a brand-new ICE model at this time. The name “Stealth” has been floating around for the new SUV, although I really think they should keep it as a Durango…

A new EV sedan would also make sense since the platform is already there and will be shared with a brand new Chrysler Crossover EV coming next year. If these aren’t successful, this will probably be the end of Dodge. But if they are, it would mean a total rebirth of the old brand.

Who knows…

Conversation 2 comments

  1. here’s the thing i hate about EVs, and what no one is talking about when they mention that EV average days-on-lot is really high – they freed a lot of the constraints of design because they dont have to worry about ICE mechanicals. BUT, they’re all making EXACTLY the same designs. You’d think that kind of freedom would produce some great variation and interesting designs. NOPE! The more they change, the more they stay the same: bland.

  2. What?!?! Dodge is still alive?? People actually buy these ancient death traps? According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), Dodge has not offered either a Durango model or a Charger model for them to test since 2015. 2015!! And even waaaay back then, they still did not do well. The ‘newer’ Challenger has not been tested since 2016. What are they hiding? Time to let this brand die and be quickly forgotten.

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