The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV is officially shown to the public as one of their electric car line ups. This car will go into production next year, so there will be some additional devices that Dodge made.
Not wanting to change the shape of an identical muscle car, this brand gives a body similar to a conventional Daytona Charger.
One thing Dodge has promised is that it won’t silence the EV market because their cars still feature exhausts on the Daytona SRT.
Even the exhaust noise, named Fratzonic Chambers, will reach 126 decibels, which is equivalent to the noise of the current Hellcat SRT series.
“We will not make artificial engine noise, because when we started the project, we didn’t think about designing an electric car. We wanted to make a modern muscle car. This is our way, without having to lose our American identity and history (muscle car),” explains Tom Kuniskis, CEO of Dodge.
The Daytona SRT EV is also displayed with a two-door concept as if it wants to continue the legacy of the original charger.
In terms of power, although not much has been disclosed, Dodge indicates that it will not be in vain to use the name “Daytona” for this EV.
Daytona itself is synonymous with racing, it can be translated if this EV will be wildly powerful. From the info, there will be an 800-volt drive system called ‘Banshee’, but it has not been explained how much horsepower it produces.