The Dodge Charger is going electric...at some point. It's in-EV-itable.
Dodge is going all-out with the Charger Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak, combining near-Demon
before that, though. The future of battery-powered devices is already here, even though the Charger isn't quite ready
And it resembles the 2022 Lucid Air GT Performance quite a bit. Can the traditional vehicle still compete with the modern one?
It has 10 more horsepower mechanically than a Charger Hellcat Redeye Widebody.
That puts it only one horsepower below the venerable Demon, for comparison.
Additionally, that added strength has an improved aesthetic impact both inside and outside.
That is the "Jailbreak" component; it allows the Dodge Charger to use previously forbidden colour schemes.
And everything from the seat belts, brake callipers, and floor mats to the stripes falls within this category.
The Jailbreak is the top model available in the 2022 Dodge Charger range because the Demon is no longer in production.
But while the Air GT loses considerable power in comparison to the Dream Performance, it gains little to no speed.
According to Lucid, the Air GT Performance can reach 60 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds.
No independent source has independently confirmed that as of this writing.
Additionally, its 10.7-second quarter-mile time beats the 11.5-second non-Jailbreak Charger Hellcat Redeye mark.