Dodge Durango Will Be “Last Call” to 392 and Hellcat Power

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Dodge is set to bid farewell to its 392 V8 and Hellcat power with the introduction of the “Last Call” series for the Dodge Durango. While the Last Call Dodge Challengers and Chargers have already been manufactured, Dodge is extending the celebration to its three-row SUV model, the Durango.

This Last Call series for the Durango is slated to span the 2024 and 2025 model years, with a special focus on the 392 and Hellcat versions of the SUV. The Hellcat-powered Durangos are expected to continue production until the end of 2024, ensuring that the powerful engine remains available for enthusiasts for some time.

One of the key announcements accompanying this series is the unveiling of the 2024 Dodge Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI. This model, based on the SRT 392 version of the Durango, boasts a 6.4-liter V8 engine generating 475 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. The 392 AlcHEMI is not just about performance; it features a range of appearance enhancements both inside and out.

The exterior of the 392 AlcHEMI is distinguished by 20-inch Satin Black wheels, yellow brake calipers, 392 yellow-accented fender decals, honeycomb-textured stripes with yellow accents, black exhaust tips, and black metallic badging. Inside, the yellow theme continues with yellow and silver stitching, a “392” logo embroidered on the seats, forged carbon fiber trim, and a white LED SRT logo on the steering wheel.

Dodge has announced the production of only 1,000 Durango 392 AlcHEMI Last Call models. Buyers can choose from four colors: Diamond Black, Destroyer Gray, Vapor Gray, and White Knuckle, with 250 units available in each shade. To locate these limited-edition models, Dodge provides a Horsepower locator on its website.

For enthusiasts interested in owning a piece of this limited production, the pricing for the AlcHEMI package is set at $3,595 on top of the standard Durango 392 Premium, resulting in a total cost of $91,390. This Last Call series for the Durango serves as a fitting tribute to the iconic 392 V8 engines and Hellcat power, marking the end of an era for these high-performance components within the Dodge lineup.


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