Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis, Dodge Dodge has plans on transforming its muscle cars well into the future even if the internal combustion engines we are used to are in the process of going extinct. The automaker has taken small steps to slowly introduce its fans to its electrification plans, putting the Dodge Charger SRT Stryker Red
Dodge – Photo Source/Copyright: Stellantis Media Dodge is really turning up the heat before eMuscle comes out in 2024. In fact, we’ve been able to take a peek (a whole year early!) at the first-ever Dodge plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV), the 2023 Dodge Hornet PHEV, and the first Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept. With Dodge
Dodge sets course on “HWY 93”, gears up for launch of “The Real Brotherhood of Muscle” campaign – Image Courtesy: Stellantis Dodge is setting up a course along HWY 93 for its enthusiasts and owners this summer, intertwining 93 Dodge-inspired locations and events across the U.S.–one for each day of summer. Dodge is creating an extensive
Photo Source/Credit: Alfa Romeo A few years back in 2006, Dodge released a five-door mini MPV concept named the Hornet. While previous attempts to further develop the Dodge Hornet were ineffective, the 122-year-old automaker is now expected to drop a 2023 SUV on the market. The vehicle will take inspiration from Alfa Romeo’s Tonale. Potential
2022 Dodge Durango — Courtesy/Copyright: Stellantis The Dodge Durango’s future is uncertain, with rumors swirling around about its impending cut-off and the brand’s silence on the model’s future. Since experts believe that the three-row muscle SUV has about two model years left, it makes sense to expect little to no changes to the model’s lineup.