In December 2023, Dodge will stop producing the Hellcat and switch to electric engines. power plants. We may expect the Charger moniker to go on in the face of updated powertrains like the electric Banshee and the internal combustion engine (ICE) Hurricane. An artist's digital recreation of a Dodge Charger

Hellcat with a widebody, a shaved back end, and a reduced wheelbase lay eggs. Buyers looking for a Honda Civic Type R are its focus. The supercharged V8 engine in the Dodge Charger Hellcat hot hatchback generated 650 lb-ft of plenty of power, with 717 horsepower and a ton of torque

It could be too quick to compete with other hot hatches, but it would definitely be faster than them. The Dodge Charger name will endure, even if the Hellcat model goes out of style. The Hellcat engine is being phased out by Dodge and replaced with an electric

powerplant. Having said that, the Dodge Charger's muscle car heritage does not include a hot hatch. Maybe that's why the digital artist behind HotCars The work of Rostislav Prokop

was exceptional. In addition to being widebody, this digital Dodge Charger Hellcat features a reduced wheelbase and a chopped rear end. This creative

insists that this Charger hot hatch can hold its own against the most powerful and fuel-efficient Honda Civic Type R