Dodge announced that it will make a fully electric muscle car in 2024. The news came as part of Thursday’s event, which covered the electric vehicle strategy of the automaker’s parent company, Stellantis.
The announcement of the electric muscle car was a bit confusing when it came minutes after Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis strongly declared that Dodge was not “selling electric cars.”
“If the charger can make the charger faster, then we’re all for it,” Kuniskis said, promoting the company’s commitment to the squeaky horsepower and performance of the tires.
Despite the declaration, Kuniskis said he acknowledged that gas-powered vehicles have a “limit.”
“Our designers are reaching a practical limit to what we can squeeze out of fuel reform,” he said. “They know we know that electric motors can give us more. And if we know the technology that can provide our customers with an advantage. “