While the world has been crumbling, Dodge has been busy developing the next-generation EV Charger. Gone are the Hemis and Hellcats and everything else that has made America great, with the Charger moving towards with what we are being told is the future. Is EV the future? I’ll sit back and watch from the sidelines and see how the dust settles.
But, for now, the 2025 Charger will be revealed on March 5, 2024. According to Car and Driver, it appears to be quite faithful to the Charger Daytona SRT Concept that debuted last year, which means its appearance has inherited much of the muscle of the outgoing model but in two-door form. With the new front end that invokes a modern take of the 1968-70 Charger, this 2025 Charger almost looks like stylists traveled back to 1970 and used what they know from today to tweak the design.
Of course, Dodge ceremoniously put the Hemi to pasture seemingly due to the world-is-changing-due-to-future-government-mandates, but rumor has it that the twin-turbo Hurricane 3.0-liter inline-six gasoline engine will also be available. What that will look like remains to be seen, but in less than a month we should know more.