The Very Limited Information of 2024 Dodge Charger – Although exciting, there’s nothing much happening for the 2024 Dodge Charger. 2024 would be a carryover, although there is no chance to get the SRT Hellcat. If reports are accurate, then the Hellcat would stop producing after 2023. There’s nothing wrong with it, considering that Dodge is now focusing on electric vehicles. It’s just too bad that one of the most powerful (and also one of the most exciting) rides ever on the market would be gone.
The ‘Elimination’ of the Hellcat
It’s not surprising if the SRT Hellcat isn’t going to be produced anymore. It’s all because of the (stricter) emission regulations that try to conserve environmentally-friendly concepts. After all, even in the highest specs, it only gains 15 mpg for the entire driving performance.
Maybe it’s due time, considering that the current generation of Charger was launched in 2011. Until now, the four-door sedan hasn’t had a lot of changes or updates, which is similar to its two-door sibling, the Challenger. It’s not like both of them need changing or such things like, but it would be nice if Dodge could figure out something with a more appealing offer.
Configurations and Detailed Offers
You can find various types of configurations with the Charger. The SXT trim would be the starter, coming with a V6 with a 3.6-liter capacity to produce 300 hp. And then there is the R/T with its V8 unit, which has a 5.7-liter power plant that can churn out 370 hp, although you can always upgrade it to the Scat Pack. If you do, you can get access to a V8 unit with a 6.4-liter capacity that gives you a punchy 485 hp. And then the top line, the SRT, comes with a V8 unit with a 6.2-liter capacity that can churn off between 717 hp and 797 hp, depending on the trim.
What about the configurations for the 2024 Dodge Charger? The company hasn’t said anything about it. But considering their situation and circumstances, everything may stay the same. Power and performance would likely be made as efficient as possible. A slight improvement is always likely.
The Upcoming Plan
The Charger may not be the ‘young’ vehicle or nameplate, but it doesn’t stop making (fun) surprises. It remains one of the most famous names for those into robust and reliable muscle rides. There are rumors about a redesigned Charger, especially for the 2025 model, but it doesn’t seem official. At least, not yet. Because the company remains hush-hush about it until now.
The possible plan is that there would be an EV sedan that the Charger heavily inspires. But again, it is unclear whether it’s true or not and what Dodge’s plan is about it. Further (official) information should be ready before the middle of 2023, so you should stay tuned if you want to know more about the 2024 Dodge Charger.