One of the most well-known names in the history of the American muscle automobile is the Dodge Charger.
Dodge will soon be putting the cherished gas-powered beast to death, though.
However, before the only Charger available is an electric vehicle, we pause to consider the raucous, riotous
Dodge Charger sedan. Long live the Dodge Charger; the Dodge Charger is dead.
Due to a changing automotive market, the current Charger sedan is on its way out.
Dodge is keeping the historic nickname alive with a two-door EV design, which may help the emblem enter the electric era
But before supercharger and high-octane gasoline enthusiasts start complaining that the Dodge Charger is no longer made,
the sedan has done a lot for the company's reputation and contemporary muscle car culture.
After the decades that followed the oil crisis, Mopar has regained its reputation thanks to the current Charger and Challenger.
Additionally, Dodge updated the Charger and Challenger in 2015, adding a remarkable new engine to its portfolio.
The Charger introduced the 6.2L supercharged V8 "Hellcat" engine, which transformed the market for sports
A four-door car with five seats offered 707 horsepower for the first time, along with a layered soundscape of bass V8 and harsh