2025 Dodge Muscle Features
The 2025 Dodge muscle Electric is a fully electrified muscle car expected to have all-wheel drive, with at least two electric motors that make as much as 443 horsepower each. This means that the vehicle could have nearly 900 horsepower. The car will be built on the STLA Large platform and will come with battery packs ranging from 101 to 118 kWh in size, with up to 500 miles of driving range. The estimated price for the production EV muscle car is between $40,000 and $50,000.
Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis stated that the company would not sell electric cars but American e-muscle vehicles, which he believes is the natural evolution of the modern muscle car. The muscle name has been bandied about, although it still needs to be clarified if this will be the new muscle car’s name or an overarching theme for Dodge. The company plans to release an electric Ram pickup truck and a fully electric SUV by 2025.
The electric Dodge muscle car is expected to be loud, with a muscled-up sound that intensifies based on how you’re driving. The company wants to create a bridge between its fully electrified future and its Hemi-powered past. The first Dodge electric muscle car should begin at under USD 50,000. Dodge announced at SEMA on Tuesday that there will be a 340-kW model that makes 455 hp and a 440-kW model that produces 590 hp in its standard form. Both will offer power upgrades through Dodge’s Direct Connection program, bundled into “eStage 1” and “eStage 2” packages.