While all manufacturers will be required to only produce electric vehicles within the next two decades, that time has yet to arrive for Dodge near Springfield, VT. Electric Dodge vehicles are in the making, but half the lineup will still be internal combustion vehicles by 2030. Luckily for fans of both the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger, there are still several years of gas-powered Charger and Challenger models. Read on to learn more about what may be in store for upcoming new Charger and Challenger models.

What to Expect

While there is not much information cemented in stone near Claremont, NH, a new rear-drive platform will underpin the new Charger and Challenger. This platform can fit a V8, leading many to believe the Charger and Challenger will see new V8 engines. Fans can look forward to plenty of horsepower, acceleration, and all-around great performance. Remember that the current models feature a 485 horsepower V8, while the new Hurricane I-6 engine pumps more than 500 horsepower.

However, please also keep in mind that the Charger and Challenger may be replaced with newer EVs around 2024. Nothing is set in stone yet, but there could be new combustion-powered and battery-powered Charger- and Challenger-like models in the near future near Hanover, NH.

Stay Tuned for More Information

There is no telling when new information will officially drop about the new Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger near Newport, NH. When it does, come back here to learn all about what has been revealed. We love keeping busy drivers and enthusiasts updated with the latest information. Do you have questions about the current lineup of Dodge vehicles? Get in touch with our team today.

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