To give the models a legitimate farewell, Dodge is delivering seven extraordinary “legacy impacted” models for the following year. The seventh and “last” 2023 Dodge model will be uncovered at the 2022 SEMA Show in Las Vegas in November.
The move by Dodge comes as significant automakers are creating some distance from customary internal combustion vehicles to electric vehicles to control hurtful carbon dioxide discharges. Electric vehicles are consistently expanding their piece of the pie in the U.S., representing around 4% of all vehicle deals in 2020 and developing to in excess of 5% in 2021.
Evade, Stellantis’ American exhibition vehicle brand, on Monday declared both the Charger and Challenger models in their flow structures will end with the 2023 model year, as the organization sticks to this same pattern with the remainder of the auto business and makes huge ventures to deliver electric vehicles.
The Charger and Challenger models — famous muscle vehicles during the 1960s and 1970s — were resuscitated by Dodge in the mid 2000s. Creation of the muscle vehicles will end at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Ontario, Canada, in December of 2023.
“We are commending the conclusion of a significant time period — and the beginning of a brilliant new electric future — by remaining consistent with our image,” Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand CEO of Stellantis, said in an explanation.