Dodge Just Revealed The Fate Of The Current Challenger And Charger

The future of Dodge and its portfolio of muscle cars becomes obvious as Dodge Speed Week on Detroit's famous Woodward Avenue nears its midpoint.

Dodge's CEO Tim Kuniskis declared on Monday that the 20-year-old L-Series body won't go away quietly, as diehard Dodge fans worry about

the eventual electrification of their favourite gas guzzlers. In the following three days, Kunis showcased

 a new concept vehicle for its current Muscle range and a future Muscle lineup after revealing a two-year plan for the Neverlift last week. 

 According to Kuniskis, Dodge, which concentrates on street performance, wants to keep its present owners.

With our much anticipated EV idea, we are thrilled to appeal to a new clientele. 

 the L-Series Challenger Charger and Durango will be the focus of the live webcast.