what happened? Dodge stated in a recent teaser video that he "doesn't sell electric cars," but he does sell American eMuscle. "If the Charger can build the Charger faster, we're here," said Tim Kuniskis, CEO of Dodge Brand. So what exactly does that mean?
At the end of the clip, we see a moving four-wheeled vehicle, and the point is, the electric Dodge Muscle cuts its power to all four wheels. It also looks like Dodge is updating its classic triangular badge and might even light it up. The Dodge E-Muscle is expected to hit the market in 2024. If he can stay true to the Dodge muscle car roots, he can eventually win petrol heads. However, I think many will miss the roar of the powerful combustion engine. p>
Doug rocks the electric muscle machine as the next step in pushing the limits of performance