Dodge's hazy but dramatic teaser images of its future EV have hinted at the dawn of a new era.

The company did, however, eventually come up to its lofty promises.

A modern electric coupe with aggressive styling references to its vintage forebears is the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV.

 the new electric muscle vehicle from Dodge also sounds completely different from anything else on the market.

Devoted Mopar enthusiasts used to the vintage appearance of the legendary Dodge Challenger may have sighed

Tim Kuniskis, the CEO of the car company and a supporter of the departed supercharged Hellcats

Muscle car fans specifically desire booming sounds and a nostalgic reference to the culture that EVs lack.

Therefore, a multispeed gearbox was added to the Charger Daytona SRT EV by Kuniskis and the engineers at Dodge.

Even better, Kuniskis added that the vehicle requires "sound and experience." Yes, it does make a sound.

The terms "electric" and "sound" might be difficult to reconcile when referring to automobiles.

Dodge, on the other hand, designed the future Charger Daytona SRT EV to emit an exhaust sound in addition to aural input f

The forthcoming Daytona has a "Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust," claims MotorTrend.