Little by little, brands are entering sustainable mobility, incorporating renewable fuels that have a practically zero footprint on the environment. Although it seems incredible, there are many brands that have been unevolved in that area, among which Dodge stands out, which has been a few steps behind until now, when they have presented their new jewel in the crown. The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept is the electrified future of the muscle car.
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept drives like a Dodge, has the image of a Dodge and feels like a Dodge; and it’s actually a 100% electric vehicle (BEV). With several patents in the process of being processed, the R-Wing aerodynamic front retains the essence of the firm, yes, promoting aerodynamics. The firm has incorporated an exhaust with Fratzonic camera, which allows to have a sound of high performance.
This model has a new 800hp Banshee propulsion system, Incorporating subtle illuminated logos on the front grille and rear end, they symbolise Dodge’s electrified future, while representing the brand’s commitment to its heritage of high performance. For its interior aesthetics, we find a modern model, and light, with a texture that takes us to 1968. The doors and center console follow the same design theme, including only the necessary elements. The passage area under the console creates a feeling of greater lightness, and the smart touches of the center console include a fighter jet-inspired lid that rises to trigger the start button.
The two-door Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept was unveiled at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan, during the third of three days of Dodge Speed Week in which Dodge’s high-performance products were unveiled and revealed. The prototype’s modern exterior styling incorporates subtle traits of Dodge’s heritage while surpassing aerodynamic targets. Interior design elements connect to create an immersive driver-centric experience through sounds, screens and lighting elements that change inside and out at the push of a button.