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Electric Muscle: The Dodge Charger Daytona leads with EV power

Dodge has unveiled the all-new Dodge Charger, marking a significant milestone in the automotive industry as the world’s first electric muscle car. This introduction not only signifies Dodge’s foray into the electric vehicle (EV) market but also showcases the brand’s commitment to innovation and performance in an era increasingly focused on sustainability. The highlight of […]

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Stellantis announces transition to J3400 connector for electric vehicles

Stellantis, has announced its plan to adopt the proposed SAE J3400 charging connector for its battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) in North America, beginning with select models in the 2026 model year. This initiative aims to enhance electric vehicle charging options and is aligned with the company’s strategy to facilitate open and seamless charging solutions for its […]

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Automakers finally get serious about North American charging infrastructure

Seven automakers are creating a joint venture and work together to build out a new EV charging network across North America. Finally it appears that automakers have decided that just relying on what is already out there isn’t going to work, and are taking matters into their own collective hands. BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Stellantis taking an entire ecosystem approach to charging its EVs

If you spend any considerable time with an electric vehicle, you know there’s more to charging than just having a charging station to plug into. Where are they located? Are they busy? Do they work? Are they along my route? How long do I need to stay there? How do I pay for it? These […]

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We ask Stellantis’s Ralph Gilles why concept cars still matter

There aren’t a ton of automakers doing concept cars anymore. Especially in the traditional sense of a car that looks wild and outrageous, concepts that do exist now are often just production-intent models. But some companies still do crazy concepts, and they still matter immensely to those companies. One of those companies is Stellantis. Last […]

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2024 Dodge Hornet R/T first drive review: Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee

You wouldn’t be wrong in stating that the current batch of Dodge vehicles is getting pretty old. Some of the platforms date back to the turn of the century, in some parts, so it’s a big deal that the brand has an all-new model. The first all new model in a decade. Plus, it’s available […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Dodge teases performance figures for non-SRT Charger Daytona models

On a call recently, Dodge brand CEO Tim Kuniskis reminded us that the Charger Daytona is just a “concept.” We’d argue that it’s much closer to a final production car than the company wants to publicly admit. More proof? We now have some performance information on some of the models. As you learned during the […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Dodge shows off Stryker Red Charger Daytona SRT Banshee concept at SEMA

With the SEMA Show getting under way, Dodge is showing off some of its current and future wares. In that future department is the Charger Daytona SRT Banshee, which debuted during Dodge Speed Week a few months ago. What’s different about this car at SEMA is that it is updated. It’s a tri-coat Stryker Red […]

by Chad Kirchner
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That new gas powered, V8 Mustang with a manual transmission? You can thank the Mach-E for that

The upcoming Detroit Auto Show isn’t going to set the world on fire, but there is a product that is going to debut there that enthusiasts will appreciate. The next generation, gasoline-powered, manual-equipped Ford Mustang coupe is set to bow in a few weeks. Why? Because the Mustang Mach-E. It’s amazing to me that we’re […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Confirmed: Dodge’s all-electric muscle car will have a transmission with ‘more than two speeds,’ ride on STLA Large platform

Dodge revealed its future vision of American performance when it debuted the all-electric Charger Daytona SRT concept on Wednesday. Important details about this long, low coupe are scarce, but a one-on-one chat with Tim Kuniskis, Dodge’s affable and engaging chief executive officer shed light on what customers can expect when the brand launches an all-electric […]

by Craig Cole
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