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2024 Dodge Challenger eMuscle Gets Twin-Turbo Straight Six Engine

2024 Dodge Challenger eMuscle Gets Twin-Turbo Straight Six Engine

2024 Dodge Challenger  – Rumors are circulating that the twin-turbo straight-six will debut for the first time in the Dodge Challenger.

Because of this, likely, the Dodge Charger will also receive this engine and some other vital vehicles in FCA’s fleet, such as the next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee.

2024 Dodge Challenger

2024 Dodge Challenger
2024 Dodge Challenger

The report goes on to say that the next-generation Dodge Challenger will be sold in rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and will likely have a considerable power increase over the current Pentastar V6 engine.

Another claim states that the GME-T6 engine is intended to replace the current 5.7-liter Hemi V8.

There is no official information on whether the Dodge Challenger equipped with the GME-T6 will be sold in combination with a hybrid powertrain.

This electric powertrain could replace the Hellcat in some way if it produces 700 horsepower in the north.

Meanwhile, the unaided GME-T6 gasoline engine can have enough power to match the 5.7L Hemi V8 while offering more torque. This is rumored to be, after all, the next-generation Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.

Dodge had previously announced its intention to produce its first EV in 2024 during a July event that included an electric vehicle strategy by the automaker’s parent company, Stellantis.

During the event, Kuniskis stated that Dodge would not “sell electric cars – it would sell eMuscle,” which appears to be Dodge’s branding for its future EVs. The first eMuscle car will go into production in 2024.

Dodge’s future EVs will use the Fratzog logo used initially in the 1960s and ’70s. It features a split deltoid made of three arrow shapes that form a three-pointed star. The new version is designed to be three-dimensional and includes LED lighting.

In addition to electric versions of charger and challenger vehicles, Dodge also plans to produce electric trucks, including a battery-powered Ram 1500 that will compete with Ford’s upcoming F-150 Lightning.

Dodge’s sister companies, such as Jeep, Chrysler, and brands from PSA Groupe, also produce EVs.

What’s New for 2024?

The Challenger eMuscle will be the new vehicle for Dodge’s lineup for the 2024 model. The four-door Charger eMuscle may join the lineup simultaneously, but we won’t know more about the two cars until it’s closer to launch.

2024 Dodge Challenger Engine

StellPower reports the next six-banger will have horsepower comparable to 5.7 Hemi. The internal Dodge designation for its development is the GME-T6. This means at least 372 horsepower from the engine speculated to be a 3.0-liter six-cylinder.

The last Hellcat with a power of 6.2 Hemi will be challenger 2023. With emissions tightening and V8 paving the way for electrification.

Dodge’s eMuscle Challenger is also part of this equation. As electrification depletes future offerings, it’s a natural addition to the Challenger line.

The Dodge Chargers will see a similar layout and offerings to challengers. Both will be based on Stellantis’ large car EV platform.

The eMuscle is likely to bring a premium price over gasoline-powered Challenger models, but this price is only an estimate because Dodge has not released the info.

The Challenger eMuscle is likely to be offered in similar trims, including performance versions bearing R/T and Hellcat.

2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak

2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody
2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody

This new edition will unlock a series of color combinations that have never been offered before and add new factory custom options.

The jailbreak package adds ten horsepower. If the Base Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody is powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 engine that produces 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque, the Jailbreak model has a total of 807 horsepower. This improvement is made possible thanks to the revised powertrain calibration.

This includes seven options for seats, lines, and wheels; six color options of brake calipers; five completed exterior badges; four choices of each steering wheel; seat belt color and floor mat; And much more.

They were combined with the excellent Satin Chrome on the grille, fenders, and badge decklid. This car uses Warp Speed Satin Carbon alloy wheels measuring 20 by 11 inches combined with gunmetal grey-coated brake calipers.

2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Interior

For interiors, some contrast elements will do the job. Floormats and seat belts accentuate Hammerhead Grey accents, the steering wheel is clad in high-quality leather and features a white SRT logo.

Only options for Jailbreak Widebody Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye:

  • Hammerhead Grey Laguna leather seats
  • Hammerhead Grey floor doormat accent
  • Hammerhead Grey, Sepia, and Demonic Red seat belts
  • Choice of the leather steering wheel and Alcantara steering wheel, with white SRT logo
  • Hoods, roofs, and vinyl decklid strips
  • Brass Monkey, Satin Chrome, and red exterior badges completed
  • Black Nickel exhaust tip completed
  • Blue and yellow brake calipers
  • 20-by-11-inch Warp Speed Satin Carbon and lightweight Low Gloss Granite wheels
2021 Dodge EV Summit

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