Chrysler and Dodge: Future Models and Rumors on STLA Large Platform

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Chrysler and Dodge
Chrysler and Dodge

While Italian automaker Alfa Romeo basks in recent acclaim, Chrysler, a cornerstone of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), faces a different reality. Its once-expansive lineup has shrunk to a single model, the Pacifica minivan, and its hybrid counterpart neither vehicle generating significant sales.

This decline mirrors the fading fortunes of Lancia, another historic brand. In contrast, Dodge, Chrysler’s sibling brand under FCA, enjoys a healthier position.

It boasts popular models like the Hornet and the remaining stock of 2023 Challenger and Charger muscle cars, along with the last of the Durango’s V8-powered SUVs. Dodge’s future looks bright with the electric-powered Charger Daytona on the horizon, promising up to 670 horsepower.

Chrysler and Dodge
Chrysler and Dodge (Nihar Mazumdar / Behance)

Early next year, the Charger Sixpack joins the fray, available in both coupe and sedan styles, packing 420 hp or 550 hp from a potent twin-turbo inline-six engine, ready to take on the 2025 Ford Mustang Dark Horse.

Chrysler’s future lineup is a topic of much speculation, with rumors suggesting the brand will utilize Stellantis’ new STLA Large platform.

This versatile architecture allows for a variety of body styles and powertrains, including electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), and traditional internal combustion engines (ICE). Digital car enthusiasts are buzzing with potential Chrysler models based on the STLA Large platform.

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