Dodge finally discontinued the seventh-generation Charger after the 2023 model.

The 7th-gen Charger debuted in 2011, based on Chrysler's LD platform, and the four-

door performance sedan will finally call it quits. As its replacement, the eight-

generation Charger will arrive in late 2024, and it will also be the first pure-electric muscle car.

Dodge is yet to reveal full details about the production model. From what we already know, we highlight the

differences between the outgoing 2023 Charger, and the upcoming first and only electric 2024 Charger Daytona EV.