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Will End Charger and Challenger Production With Seven “Last Call” Models

Dodge will celebrate in style with the release of their new twin flagships.

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There is little time left for the current generation of Dodge Chargers and Challengers. Whatever comes next for Dodge’s two flagship nameplates—whether it be electric muscle or a new high output inline 6—will be very different from the current V-8 beasts. Dodge’s “Brotherhood of Muscle” muscle cars will be discontinued after the 2023 model year, so the automaker is releasing special editions in their honor. Numerous special anniversary editions.

Dodge has announced that it will be offering seven new “Last Call” special edition models for the Charger and Challenger, along with a few other goodies across its entire lineup. The new limited editions are expected to be the show stoppers when they are released later this year. Each of these six limited editions will pay homage to “an iconic Dodge model from the past,” and their respective release dates have not yet been announced. In November, at SEMA, a seventh and final vehicle will debut, and it will be “the last of its kind.” These Chargers and Challengers are currently on display with covers over them that only slightly conceal their true identities.

A “Last Call” branded plaque and the return of Plum Crazy purple, Sublime green, and B5 Blue paint options are available even if you don’t order a special edition Charger or Challenger. Standard Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats can now be ordered with the Jailbreak trim level, which expands the available color options. Redeye Widebody models were the first to feature it.

As the 2023 production year approaches, order distributions have been updated. Dodge’s “customer-focused vehicle allocation process” will have all of the remaining inventory of the current Charger and Challenger model year made available to dealers at once. Dodge hopes that its DodgeGarage.com website will make it easier for car enthusiasts to find vehicles and reduce dealers’ ability to profit off of markups and other forms of leverage in the enthusiast car market.

The brand is promoting these announcements as part of a three-day event called “Dodge Speed Week.” The brand’s plans to close this chapter of its history are detailed in the announcements made today. Don’t miss out on the group’s next move.

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