Charger Daytona E.V. for 2024+
Dodge will be heading in a new direction in 2024+, their line up will include a Hornet, Charger EV & Inline-6 turbo crate. Right now Dodge is offering a Charger, Challenger & Durango in 4 different engines (3.6L V6, 5.7L 345 V8 Hemi, 6.4L 392 & 6.2L Supercharged V8 Hemi). The 3.6L V6 makes about 300hp which is very respectable, 5.7L V8 makes 370+hp, 6.4L 392 is 485hp & Hellcat 6.2L Supercharged V8 Hemi 707hp! This Dodge line up will be around until 2023, if you’re on the market for larger displacement engines – makes sure to pick one up ASAP.
The Charger EV will have multiple options for power, if that’s not enough you can go through direct connection to add more power with stage 1 & stage 2 performance add ons. The Charger EV 340v will have around 455hp which will make it much faster then the current 345 V8 Hemi. If you would like more hp out of that 340v you can bump it up to 550hp with stage 1 & 2 Direct Connection upgrades.
The 440v is the new “Scatpack” type trim level. Will live in between the entry level Charger EV & Daytona high performance version. The 440v will be in the 600hp range which would make it a much faster option then the 392 Scatpack 485hp. After stage 1 & 2 direct connection upgrades the 440v will be in the area of 680hp. If the 340v & 440v is enough HP/Torque for you, the 800v Daytona EV will be packing a massive punch with over 1000hp!!!
Let us know what you think of the future of Dodge in 2024+. Many believe Mopar is heading in the wrong direction, look at the video above. Can Dodge survive without a Hemi in the line up? There will still be V8 Hemi crate options available if you’re still interested but most of the line up will include 4 & 6 cylinders along with EV options.