After a long time with no redesign news, Dodge Charger finally announced that they’ll release a newly designed 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona. What will that look like?
Talking about the 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona, you should not be surprised if many people are dying to see how this car is transforming. It is said that the vehicle will adopt electrification—although not entirely—which will make it a modern car to anticipate in 2023. Although there is no broad news spread about the features of this car, just by seeing the released picture, it is a sure thing that the 2023 Dodge Charger will be worth buying.
2023 Dodge Charger Daytona Review
The 2011 model is walking towards its 12th year without any significant changes. Despite no significant improvement, people are still willing to ‘invest’ in this car—given that it’s a modern sedan without any comparable rival. This can be seen clearly through the car’s sales which might be stagnant but never significantly lower even for sedans with a lack of design makeover.
The 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona can be a fresh air for the fans of Dodge Charger. It will go through remodeling, and even it will go further by making it be EVs. Although it makes you wait for a long time, this redesign makes people go crazy to see what’s new from the car. If you wonder what the 2023 Dodge Charger has to offer, make sure to keep an eye on every update.
The Redesigning of Dodge Charger
This car is expected to provide a new platform to introduce the vehicle in FCA’s future generation of big cars. People are making rumors about what the car will look like, and people have acknowledged it, but they believe that there won’t be a massive change for the upcoming Dodge Charger.
It will still look like before; it’s just that it has two doors instead of four. Plus, there is a ‘décor’ which makes it look like a racing car. Although it’s still speculation, if the soon-to-be-released vehicle is looking like this, it’s safe to say that people will still love it no matter what.
The manufacturer may set their plan to bring the look of the 2023 Dodge Charger to be like one in the 2000s. But with a futuristic touch, that will make a new fusion between old-school style and modern sedan everyone will love.
As for the interior, you should never doubt it will spoil you as its owner as for the interior. It is said that the luggage volume may not be that far compared with the competitors; even in this version of Dodge Charger, you should not expect a larger volume of luggage. But the look of the 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona will be expected to make a considerable difference from its old style.
It has a small touch screen that enables the users to control this part of the car. Aside from that, the Uconnect infotainment system is ‘installed’ to make driving more pleasure with this muscle car.
The Engine Specs
Interestingly, the 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona is preparing more than one engine for their soon-to-release car. You will see six different engines offered with extra horsepower to produce, according to sources. The range of produced power is from 292 to 797 HP, which is a significant difference to start with. The details of several engines will be as follows:
- The standard one is using a V6 engine. This one is a rear-wheel drive. The displacement is 3.6L which is expected to produce a maximum power of 292 HP.
- The car above is also available with all-wheel drive. You can expect a slightly more powerful car at 300 HP for this one.
- The next one is using the V8 engine. The displacement is 5.7L, and this one will be ready to produce a maximum power of 370 HP.
- Next is also using the V8 engine, but now with 6.4L displacement. Its power production can go up to 485 HP.
- The supercharged V8 engine is available with two variants of maximum power produced: 717 HP and 797 HP. The displacement is 6.2-L, slightly lower than the previously mentioned.
So, those are the details about the 2023 Dodge Charger Daytona. What about the price? There is still no information about that. For the time being, let’s start saving if we want to get the car, shall we?