Hellcat Manufacturing Is Sadly Going to End in 2023: Report

Dodge chief executive officer Tim Kuniskis informed Electric motor Authority that production of the supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 will end as well as be replaced by its upcoming eMuscle EVs.

 

Dodge is ending manufacturing of the Hellcat in 2023, according to a record from Electric motor Authority. A Stellantis agent contacted by Vehicle and Chauffeur decreased to comment.
The Hellcat supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 makes anywhere from 702 to 840 horsepower in cars and trucks such as the Opposition and Charger SRT Hellcats.
Dodge is preparing an electrical muscle cars and truck for 2024, and also a concept will certainly be revealed next year.
Dodge is preparing to release an electrical muscle mass automobile for 2024 under what it’s calling eMuscle, and a concept car will be disclosed next year. As if that news was hard enough for diehard muscle mass automobile fans, Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis verified to Motor Authority that production of its Hellcat supercharged V-8 will end the year before the electrical cars and truck shows up.

The Hellcat supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 engine makes anywhere from 702 to 840 horsepower and also has been located in versions such as the Dodge Opposition, Charger, and Durango SRT Hellcats (though only in the three-row SUV for one design year) in addition to the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk as well as Challenger SRT Devil. Though the abovementioned report has no mention of the Ram 1500 TRX, we reached out to a Ram agent that stated “no remark.” Funny, that’s exactly just how we feel.

 

Early following year Dodge will show its electric muscle mass automobile principle and disclose some specifications on the new model. Teaser photos released this summer season reveal the idea’s appropriately vintage form, though it’s still unclear if both two- and also four-door versions will certainly be available like the Opposition and Charger. Kuniskis likewise claimed to anticipate a brand-new plug-in hybrid design, which could be referring to the reported Hornet crossover. There were even rumors of Chevy changing the Camaro with an electric car.

Well, you have actually 2 years delegated get a Hellcat, which currently starts at $62,975 for the Challenger SRT Hellcat. We will not allow the Hellcat’s rowdy whine of its supercharger be forgotten by the stage whisper whir of electric motors.