The Dodge name is synonymous with muscle or muscle that is consistently displayed in their production cars. So, when the era of electrification comes, the manufacturer from the United States still wants to make a sturdy and strong EV.
This is evidenced by Dodge when showing off the Charger Daytona SRT Concept which will debut this week at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Dodge tinkered with almost everything about the concept, from retro-inspired interior and exterior colors to a sound called the Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust system.
The most striking change to the Charger Daytona SRT Concept is its Stryker Red exterior color. The car has been equipped with 18-inch lightweight carbon-fiber wheels and 305mm radial drag tires.
However, a sensational change in the energy will be conceptualized as a ladder-level or multi-level.
Dodge says the 400-volt model comes with 455 hp (340 kW / 461 PS) or 590 hp (440 kW / 598 PS) as standard, but both versions can be upgraded by adding the Dodge Direction Connection eStage 1 or eStage 2 upgrades, respectively. crystal key.
The Stage 1 elevates the 455 hp model to 495 hp (370 kW / 502 PS), while the eStage 2 increases output again to 535 hp (400 kW / 542 PS). Start with the 590 hp car, and those eStage 1 and 2 mods increase output to 630 hp (470 kW / 639 PS) and 670 hp (500 kW / 679 PS).
Dodge has also reconfirmed the SRT Banshee 800 volt all-wheel drive powertrain package and will come in three flavors.
Another unique feature of the Charger Daytona SRT Concept is its Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust. Dodge says all exhaust noise is basically caused by air movement, and the same kind of tuning it does with internal combustion can be done with its EV.