2025 Dodge Charger: Everything Is All-Electric
2025 Dodge Charger
Dodge is preparing to switch to EVs, and it’s time to accept the inevitable, which is that with Revolution, it will be rechargeable.
Of course, it does not mean abandoning a legacy. So Dodge, the brand behind the Challenger, Charger, Hellcat, Demon, and many other badges made the muscular electric car a bridge between its fully electrified future and its Hemi-powered past.
2025 Dodge Charger
Speaking of Design, the boxy nose will be similar to classic Chargers—isn’t that the correct name to use on EVs?—from the muscle gold period in the late ’60s and early ’70s; the Fratzog triangle logo of that era also returns, and is expected to appear in all Dodge EVs in the future.
The name e-Muscle has also been discussed, although it still needs to be determined whether this will be the name of the new muscle car or an overarching theme for Dodge.
The 2025 Dodge Charger is expected to have an all-wheel drive, showing smoke billowing from all four tires.
AWD means muscle cars will pack at least two electric motors, and Stellantis said the car’s STLA Large platform would offer engines that produce 443 hp each, meaning it can have nearly 900 horsepower.
But this is the Dodge we’re talking about, so the car may get three or even four electric motors to help it reach 60 mph in the rumored 2.0 seconds.
Battery packs for the STLA Large will range from 101 to 118 kWh with a driving range of up to 500 miles, though certainly not on this terrible machine.
Dodge wants the car to be loud and has created a muscular sound that intensifies based on how you drive.
2025 Dodge Charger Price
The estimated price for a muscular car is anywhere from $40,000 to $50,000, so imagine a production EV muscle car will land in that zone — at least to get started.
Like the Hellcat and Demon models, you’ll pay a heavy price for more performance.