Dodge Challenger, Charger and Chrysler 300 Drive Into The Sunset

Dodge is pushing forward despite the changes in their L Lineup. As is Chrysler, given that their trademark models are ceasing to be produced. Both are represented by the Stellantis Group. The Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger and Chrysler 300 are totally set to be parked for good, given that the last model was a 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170, coated in a paint job of Pitch Black. As the Electric Vehicle industry is taking over everything on wheels, the Charger and Challenger are set to be swapped out from their former existence as internal-combustion engines. Meanwhile, the 300 is looking to be indirectly forgotten by the other Electric Vehicles in the upcoming years.

As a result, the Internet has gone wild for the other models, now that they’re a scarcity.

But They Used To Rule The Roads!

The L Platform, as is, has been able to highlight the three machines as of the 2005 model year in the Chrysler 300. Furthermore, the 300 will become legendary in the world of pop culture. The Charger had been imminent after in 2006 while the Challenger hit the streets in 2008. Each of the rear-wheel-drive cars had taken the V-8 muscle to the forefront of car culture, while everyone loved the 5.7-liter HEMI engines. As you may notice, the Dodge duo would turn into they’re own with the generation of 700 horsepower being unmatched by anyone but the Hellcats.

A successor model is said to be constructed in Canada, with electric powertrains and two-and-four-door offerings imminent. The latest from the Stellantis will also give an inline-six engine with about 510 horsepower ready in the Jeep and Ram vehicles. Chrysler 300 isn’t going to be directly replaced.

As for the Brampton factory, they’re looking to introduce other models on the assembly line, such as the Jeep Compass.

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