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Dodge Announces “Last Call” for Challenger and Charger V8 Muscle Cars

Dodge Announces "Last Call" for Challenger and Charger V8 Muscle Cars
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Dodge’s V8-powered muscle cars are nearing the end of the assembly line.

The automaker has announced that production of the current Challenger and Charger will end in December 2023 before being replaced by one new platform for electric vehicles.

The Charger sedan has been produced at the automaker’s plant in Brampton, Canada, since 2005, which was joined in 2008 by the Challenger coupe. Since then, cars worth over three billion hp have been built.

Dodge is having a blowout celebration for both models with a number of special editions and options, along with installing a commemorative “Last Call” badge under the hood of each 2023 vehicle.

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The 2023 Dodge Challenger will be the last V8-powered muscle car the company will make.

The 2023 Dodge Challenger will be the last V8-powered muscle car the company will make.
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Six new versions of the pair are slated to debut in the coming weeks with a seventh debuting at the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas in November.

Details on none of them have been released, but Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis said the seventh will make history and suggested it could replace the 808-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon as the most powerful internal combustion engine muscle car ever built.

Dodge offers customizable jailbreak models with 717 hp and 807 hp supercharged Hellcat engines.

Dodge offers customizable jailbreak models with 717 hp and 807 hp supercharged Hellcat engines.
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Dodge is also expanding its highly customizable jailbreak order option which debuted last year with the 807-hp Challenger and Charger Hellcat Redeye supercharged V8 models, which contain the standard 717-hp Hellcat engine. The jailbreak allows customers to mix and match paint colors, disguises, and appearance packs in almost any combination imaginable.

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Classic Dodge paint colors B5 Blue, Plum Crazy Purple and Sublime Green are being added back to the available palette for the year along with the more modern Destroyer Gray.

B2 Blue is one of the classic Dodge paint colors offered in 2023.

B2 Blue is one of the classic Dodge paint colors offered in 2023.
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Dodge takes the unusual step to release the dealer contingents for the entire model year online so that customers can find exactly the car they are looking for.

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Pricing and additional information will be released in the coming weeks and the six-cylinder Challenger and Charger models will also be discontinued.

The first Electric Dodge muscle car will be released for the 2024 model year.

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