Evade has delivered photographs of its Dodge Charger Daytona SRT "Banshee" Concept, a completely electric rendition of the famous American muscle vehicle.
Presently we're seeing the following vehicle it could draft into the Fraternity of Muscle: an electric Charger. What's more, kid hi, it sure looks hot.
The "Banshee" electric Dodge Charger idea is a completely electric, American muscle vehicle - no crossover, no motor, just battery.
Evade's official statement is a little light on the subtleties, absent a lot of data about specs. The main genuine presentation spec we have is that the idea will be fueled by Dodge's 800V electric all-wheel drive impetus framework, named Banshee.
Believe it or not, the electric Dodge Charger incorporates an exhaust framework. Or possibly, Dodge is calling it an exhaust framework - nothing remains to be depleted, rather a few speakers that sound like exhaust. "Fratzonic" is a reference to "Fratzog," the name of an old three-pronged Dodge logo from the 60s and 70s.
The Fratzonic exhaust can deliver up to 126dB of sound, identical sound levels to the Dodge Hellcat - or more the 120dB edge that can make prompt harm unprotected ears (moan).
All things considered, here ideas normally change the most, so we wouldn't place a great deal of stock into it, yet you have the now-standard enormous focus screen, lightweight seats, and an all encompassing glass rooftop, which is an original element for a Charger.
At the point when we previously caught wind of Dodge's arrangements to zap, and on such a short timetable, we were a piece distrustful. It's difficult to pivot perhaps of the most notorious ga consuming vehicle models, the Charger, into an electric vehicle inside two or three years.
In any case, we don't know how shift focuses and boisterous speakers add execution, yet perhaps it will chip away at the crowd Dodge is focusing on. Or on the other hand perhaps those highlights won't come to creation.