News Tech: For those mourning the imminent demise of Dodge’s gas-powered muscle cars, the automaker has a message: Don’t fear the future, it’s electric. unveiled its first electric muscle car, the Concept Charger Daytona SRT, at an event held in This two-door coupe of his is positioned as a preview of the automaker’s first electric vehicle, which is slated to go into production in 2024. “The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept exists because performance made it possible.” We bring it to the BEV segment through patents, innovations and performance function concepts that embody muscle.”
Before we talk about specs, we have to deal with this sound. Electric vehicles are, for the most part, inherently quiet because they do not have an internal combustion engine. And a lot of what defines a Dodge muscle car has to do with the roar of the Hemi engine. So, Dodge fans can be forgiven if hitting the gas pedal in an electric muscle car is a little uncomfortable and that’s what it sounds like. How would you describe this noise? Has your destructive lion just been neutered? A tracheostomy bobcat with a larynx? The use of fake engine sounds is sure to cause division among muscle car enthusiasts. Dodge calls the “BEV exhaust sound” (which is a fun contradiction) the first of its kind. The look of the Charger Daytona SRT Concept is arguably less divisive, as it strides the line between retro and futuristic while maintaining a muscular and aerodynamic stance. Dodge said its intention was to “push away” other, duller EV concepts.
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