Is Dodge’s New Electric Muscle Car A True Path Forward Or A Stop-Gap?

This week saw the release of Dodge's next-generation muscle vehicle, 

confirming for aficionados what they had long suspected—and mostly feared.

Dodge, like many other businesses, is forging forward with its electric product lineup, which includes the Charger Daytona Scat Pack and R/T in 2024.

The R/T's 496 horsepower and the Scat Pack's 670 horsepower are astounding raw statistics, 

and the Scat Pack is touted to have a quarter-mile pace of 11.5 seconds and a zero-to-60 time of 3.3 seconds.