Muscle car enthusiasts rejoice! The V-8-powered Dodge Chargers may have had their-
day, but the muscle car era is making a comeback by the end of this year.
Dodge recently surprised everyone by dropping images of the anticipated 2025 Dodge Charger on social media. The-
post warns, "No room or recording devices allowed. Pre-production model shown. Available at the end of 2024."
The sneak peek reveals a grey version of a car resembling the Dodge Charger-
Daytona SRT Concept from 2022, parked in a parking space.
Notable features include an enlightened Fratzog logo between the headlights and the-
"R-wing," paying homage to the 1969 Charger Daytona.
The images showcase the body sides, tires with varying widths, and a gas tank filler neck -
on the driver-side rear fender, hinting at potential charge port or door functionality.
While Dodge confirmed an electric powertrain, following the Daytona SRT Concept, rumors-
suggest a gas engine option—possibly the Hurricane Twin-Turbo 3.0-liter inline-six.
The Drive previously reported insider information about the Charger's production, and-
now, enthusiasts eagerly await further revelations from Dodge in the coming months.