Little by little the brands included in the Stellantis Group, which was born from the union of FCA y PSA, make their strategies official for the coming years. Fiat, for example, you already said that in 2030 all its models will be electric. Premium brands such as Alfa Romeo, DS y spear. To this trend will also be added Dodge, which before the merger had the theme of electrification kept in a drawer.
As reported The Detroit Bureau, citing internal company sources, “At least six fully electric vehicles are currently in the design studio in Auburn Hills, Michigan, along with at least one, and probably several, plug-in hybrids. And there are still more in various stages of development.
Dodge has always been considered a classic-style sports car brand closely linked to the American market. In these years it has launched increasingly powerful cars using variations of its engine 8-liter V6.2.
"Dodge officials seem determined to regain bragging rights," they claimed from The Detroit Bureau. According to a senior official the BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) under development "It will be the fastest Dodge of all time."
Currently, the fastest model of the brand is the Dodge Challenger Demon, a limited edition that accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 2,3 seconds. The electric variant promises to lower that time and fight as equals with the Tesla Model S plaid, which does it in just two seconds.