At the time of this page’s creation, the future of the Dodge lineup looks bright but also misty. Bright in that we cannot wait to see what it holds, but misty because we’re still not sure of all the details. The iconic Charger and Challenger models will be discontinued in their current form, but executives have stated that the nameplates will return with electrified versions down the road. The future as a whole looks electrified, starting with the Dodge Hornet, which will be available with a Plug-In Hybrid variant. As it stands, though, if you’re in the market for a performance vehicle here in Topeka, Kansas, consider checking out our selection of new Dodge models.
While the 2023 model year will mark the end of their legendary runs, the Dodge Charger and Challenger are still available for one last hurrah. These muscle cars have helped to establish the Dodge brand as the powerhouse of performance that it is today, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds as far as sports cars are concerned.
The iconic Dodge Durango will soon be the longest-running vehicle on the lineup. It was originally introduced as a midsize traditional SUV, but today it’s available as a full-size crossover packed full of high-performance specs & features. As mentioned, it’s now joined by the Dodge Hornet GT (traditional fuel) and Hornet R/T (plug-in hybrid).
If you’re shopping for a Dodge vehicle, you might notice the letters SRT by some models. SRT stands for Street & Racing Technology, a group under the Dodge banner that produces high-performance versions of Dodge vehicles. For example, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. If you see a vehicle with SRT attached to its name, you know that’s a high-performing vehicle.
If you think you might be interested in bringing home a new dodge vehicle of your own, be sure to reach out to us right here at Briggs Dodge RAM at your earliest convenience. You can check out what’s available in our online inventory or stop right into the dealership to view our showroom. We look forward to hearing from you!