The Dodge Hellcat will be no more after 2023. This is thanks to the launch of the electric muscle car after 2024. Therefore, rendering the existence of the Dodge Hellcat to be meaningless. Furthermore, Dodge is generating power from a 6.2-liter V-8 to make 702 to 840 horsepower. But the electric future of Dodge is something to look forward to.
For now, we have to praise the fact that the Hellcat supercharged EV will be no longer. Just so you understand, the Hellcat’s supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 is also found in the Dodge Challenger, the Durango SRT Hellcats and the Charger. The vehicle will exert power similar to what’s ound in the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and the Challenger SRT Demon. Sadly, the Ram 1500 TRX. Dodge is going to show off their electric muscle car concept in anticipation for the specs of a new model.
The likelihood of the big shabang may involve how the concept vehicle is appropriately retro shaped. And yet, it’s unclear if the two and four door models could likely be as available in forms of the Challenger and the Charger. Of course, the plug-in hybrid model is likely a reference to the Hornet crossover.
There may even be a chance of Chevrolet replacing the Camaro with an electric sedan. You may only have two years left to buy a Hellcat but surely it’s not too bad as it starts at $62,975. Of course, this couldn’t possibly stop the Hellcat from whining with the whir of electric motors.