Dodge reported it’s anything but an all-electric muscle car in 2024. The news came as a feature of an event on Thursday covering electric vehicle system by the automaker’s parent organization, Stellantis.
The declaration about the electric muscle car was somewhat obfuscated as it came a couple of moments after Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis announced powerfully that Dodge would not “sell electric cars — it will sell eMuscle,” which is apparently Dodge branding for its future EVs. “Assuming a charger can make a Charger quicker, we’re in support of it,” Kuniskis said, promoting the organization’s obligation to tire-screeching horsepower and performance. Notwithstanding that statement, Kuniskis said he perceived that there is a “limit” to what in particular gas-controlled vehicles can convey.
“Our engineers are arriving at a viable restriction of what we can press from internal combustion innovation,” he said. “They realize we realize that electric engines can give us more. Furthermore, on the off chance that we are aware of a technology that can give our customers a benefit.” Stellantis is the furthest down the line automaker to have an occasion instructions investors on its electrification procedure. Beforehand, Tesla, Volvo, and Volkswagen have created comparative occasions. As the fourth biggest carmaker on the planet, Stellantis has the worldwide scale to drive EV sales — in the event that it decides.