2025 Dodge Charger Coupe Teased in Pre-Production Guise

Jackson Wheeler
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  • Dodge teased testing shots of the next-generation Charger on social media.
  • The 2025 Dodge Charger is based on the Charger SRT Daytona concept and will feature an all-electric powertrain and possibly pack a Hurricane six-cylinder under the hood.
  • Dodge has not discussed any details about a four-door body for the upcoming Charger.

B-Body Mopar fans rejoice! Dodge has teased the next-generation Charger on social media, and it looks like it’s keeping the door count from its Charger SRT Daytona concept. That means the Dodge Charge will return to its two-door form, at least in one body shape.

Dodge notes this is still a pre-production vehicle. But considering we’re likely months away from seeing the production version, this probably isn’t too far away from the next-generation Charger sheetmetal.

More importantly, Dodge confirms this will be available before the end of 2024.

Suspiciously, the folks at Dodge did not show the rear of this pre-production Charger. Now, that could just be because the nose of the upcoming Charger looks cool, but these front-centric photos could also be Dodge’s way of hiding a set of exhaust pipes.

While we know for certain there will be a battery-electric version of the upcoming Charger, there is a lot of speculation that the next Charger will also see a 3.0-liter Hurricane inline six-cylinder under the hood. We also know the next-generation car will not see the Hemi V8.

All of these questions will likely be answered later in 2024. Hopefully, for Charger fans, the price doesn’t move too far away from the $36,920 sticker of the final base-model Chargers, but we won’t know for sure until the production model makes it to dealer lots.

Do you think Dodge will also make a four-door Charger? Will it get a gasoline engine? Tell us your thoughts below.

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