Next-Gen Dodge Charger Spotted Testing – Video

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What looks to be a pre-production unit of the upcoming next-generation Dodge Charger was spotted rolling on the cold streets of Auburn Hills, Michigan, which is near the Stellantis headquarters. From the looks of things where there is no visible exhaust, and absence of engine sound, this looks to be an electric vehicle (EV) version of the new Charger.

The Instagram video that we found via Road & Track, was sourced from user Connor Mink and later re-uploaded by another account, offers a glimpse of a new Dodge where it resembles the liftback Charger Daytona SRT concept, with a more conservative approach to the tail lights compared to the concept’s bar of stacked LEDs. Still, we anticipate both a gas-powered Charger and the EV.

The Instagram video below may be somewhat distorted from the portrait-oriented clip, but we think the upcoming Charger replacement is smaller than its predecessor, the previous-generation Challenger, which is visible in front of it. The proportions of the car suggest a resemblance to pony cars like the Mustang or Camaro, departing from the larger, boat-like size and presence of the traditional Charger and Challenger models.

Details about the final product remain shrouded in mystery, including its official name. The branding on the Charger Daytona SRT concept showcased in 2022 hints at a potential departure from the two-decade marketing legacy of the Charger sedan, just like the images that Dodge released last week on social media.


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