Dodge Sets 2024 Death Date For Charger And Challenger To Make Way For The Brand's "eMuscle"
The best selling muscle cars in America will be gone in the next two years as Dodge transitions EVs

By Lawrence Hodge,  November 2021
Dodge Charger and Challenger Jailbreak models.Image:
Dodge It’s finally happening: The Dodge Charger and Challenger muscle machines will be no more by 2024. Motor Trend spoke with Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis about the brand’s plans for the next two years as the company tries to appease muscle fans and appeal to EV buyers.
Kuniskis is aware that a lot of people won’t be happy with the direction the brand is taking (he’s already receiving death threats for the changes). He calls it, “feeding the beast.”
I’m juggling knives because I’ve gotta keep two different huge factions happy because at some point those two factions will converge. The problem is no one knows when they will converge. My job is to provide confidence, over the next 24 months, that we’re gonna do this