By Éric Descarries

It’s finally here! Stellantis has just unveiled the final version of its new Dodge Charger. As expected, the Charger will be available as an all-electric 340 or 440 kW 400-volt model, but buyers will also be able to opt for a Hurricane turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine. No, there will be no more V8s in the catalogue, but all variants will be all-wheel drive. On the other hand, electric versions can be delivered with the Fratzonic principle, which imitates the sound of a V8.

The new Dodge Chargers will be produced as four-door sedans, except for the Charger Daytona, which will be a kind of muscle car in a two-door coupe. Obviously, the name Challenger has been put aside for the time being. An even more powerful Charger, the 800-volt Banshee, is due to appear at a later date.

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