The dawn of a new era of electrification is not only detrimental to high-performance vehicles

In fact, electrification is killing automakers because

they see the current shift as strategic and long-term. Soon, customers will be saying goodbye

the world's most powerful engines, including Dodge's legendary Hellcat V8 engine.

Stellantis has confirmed the impending death of the Hellcat V8 engine.

Performance is not the reason

Because his Dodge muscle with Hellcat could rival the fastest muscle in the world.

The reason could be rising fuel and compliance costs, most likely

a change in customer preferences that is expected in the near future. gives a short lifespan

This is as true for the beloved Durango as it is for the Challenger Coupe and Charger sedan

Dodge is reviving his 2023 Durango SRT Hellcat, giving this super SUV street glory once again.

The 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat shares the same enormity as its predecessor