The Dodge Charger Daytona is a Hellcat-replacement
The Charger Daytona EV, Dodge's all-electric concept vehicle, is expected to guide the company into the future.
Brilliantly designed with a retro-futuristic aesthetic is the new eMuscle. It has innovative elements including a front R-wing designed to resemble
a gas vehicle bonnet and a pistol-grip eRupt gear lever. The outgoing Charger is the only vehicle that can equal the performance numbers of the new model.
The Daytona Charger's non-SRT variants had 455 horsepower and 590 horsepower ratings. At the dealership,
owners may pay extra to have these outputs up to 535 and 670 horsepower, respectively.
Those stats are fine and unquestionably an upgrade over the throwaway V8 SRT.
But in order to match the acceleration of an internal combustion engine, EVs must also be heavier and have more horsepower.