Dodge posted several photos of the next-gen Charger on its social media accounts, giving us a great look at the coupe's front end and body sides.
While the new 2025 Charger will be offered with an electric powertrain, it'll also be available with a gas-fed engine, per The Drive.
UPDATE 2/2/24: Automotive News reports that the production version of the Charger Daytona SRT concept, which Dodge teased earlier this year, will be fully unveiled on March 5. The same date was confirmed by Motor1; we have reached out to Dodge and will update this story when we have confirmation.
The days of V-8-powered Dodge Chargers are gone. However, the muscle car isn't dead. Instead, it'll be returning to roads sometime later this year, and we've now seen what the 2025 Dodge Charger will look like as it nears production.
First Look: New Dodge Charger
Dodge today unexpectedly released several photos on its social media accounts showing off the next-gen Charger. The brand's posts read: "No cameras or recording devices permitted. Pre-production model shown. Available late 2024."
No cameras or recording devices permitted. 📵
Pre-production model shown. Available late 2024 pic.twitter.com/1Bo9CZjY4F
— Dodge (@Dodge) January 12, 2024
The photos depict what appears to be a gray version (or versions) of the car in what looks like a parking lot. From what we can see, the production car will have similar styling as the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept that debuted back in 2022.
The production-intent Charger features an illuminated Fratzog logo between its headlights, which are situated on either side of the "R-Wing." That's the name Dodge gave to the front opening on the concept that was inspired by the tall wing seen on the original 1969 Charger Daytona.
The photos also give us a look at the new Charger's body sides and staggered-width tires. We can also see what's either a charge port or possibly a door for the gas-tank filler neck located on the driver's side rear fender.
While Dodge has said the new Charger will feature an electric powertrain—as previewed by the Daytona SRT concept, which had all-wheel drive and used an 800-volt architecture—reports online suggest the new muscle car will also be offered with a gas engine, specifically the Hurricane twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six.
That was first reported by The Drive, which last year claimed a source connected to a supplier confirmed various details about the production Charger. Now we just have to wait and see what else Dodge is willing to reveal in the coming months.
This story was originally published January 12, 2024.
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