Dodge Can Do Better Than an Electric Hellcat
Internal mobility vehicles and electric automobiles are typically two separate types of vehicles with differing power.
As a result, electric cars are making a comeback as automakers attempt to create new EVs that will directly compete with internal combustion vehicles
and utilise them as standards. Dodge's positioning of the new SRT Banshee as a later Hellcat is a clear illustration of this.
But many electric vehicles now have as much power as a Hellcat. Dodge, for example, had to innovate. Dodge's eMuscle vehicles are not competitive even if
their performance is identical to or somewhat better than that of an internal combustion engine.
It still faces up against the 1020 horsepower Model S Plaid and the 804 horsepower Lucid Air.
And it is not too tremendous to use that power if he uses it soon.