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What will happen in Challenger 2023?

The 2023 Dodge Charger and Challenger will be the last of their kind, and the company has now opened orders for the standard models as well as the Last Call special editions.

  • Flood of Final Dodge Challengers and Chargers
  • Buzz Models Pay Tribute to Past Dodge Performance Cars
  • Dodge Muscle Car Sneaker Dump
  • Is Dodge going to make a 2023 challenger?
  • What is Dodge making in 2023?
  • Is Dodge discontinuing the Hellcat in 2023?

Since demand is expected to be high, customers should act quickly to secure their model. However,
it’s not exactly business as usual as nearly all 2023 Chargers and Challengers have already been allocated to dealers.

To help customers find the vehicle they want, the company is launching the Dodge Horsepower Locator on After visiting the site, customers can search dealerships by zip code, model, special edition, and trim level for availability.

More:2023 Dodge Charger And Challenger Get Retro Colors, Commemorative Plaques, And Expanded Jailbreak Availability

What will happen in Challenger 2023?

The Horsepower Locator will show allocations and not inventory, and it will be updated Monday through Friday for the first few months of ordering. As a result, customers should have “nearly real-time access to the most current list of vehicles still available for ordering at

Once customers find a dealer with an allocation for a model they want, they can place an order. Dodge said the order will be confirmed within 30 days via email and additional emails will follow providing updates on production status.

For Chargers and Challengers that are on dealer lots or in transit, customers can visit and
search through New Inventory.

What will happen in Challenger 2023?

Securing one of the seven special editions will be a tougher task, but Dodge is providing some guidance as they revealed the special editions are being awarded to the 500
dealerships with the best Charger and Challenger sales. The top 200 dealers will receive 12 special editions, while dealers in the 201-300 range will receive 10 special editions. Those in the 301-500 range will receive just six units. Dodge said each of the special editions will be pre-configured and orders for them “must be placed by contacting dealers with inventory of the desired special edition vehicle.”

that sounds a little complicated, the move should help to ensure the special editions are widely available as one dealer won’t be able to hog orders.  Speaking of which, certain special editions, such as the King Daytona and Black Ghost, will only be available at the top 300 dealers and each dealership will only be getting one.

CEO Tim Kuniskis explained: “We’re making the process as transparent as possible, giving enthusiasts the power to search for each 2023 model and trim level allocated to each dealer.” He went on to acknowledge the process might not be ideal, but “enthusiasts will have every opportunity to locate the Dodge Last Call model they desire.”

Besides opening orders and announcing the Horsepower Locator, Dodge revealed pricing for the 2023 Charger and Challenger. The sedan starts at ,645 and
climbs to ,420 for the King Daytona. The Challenger begins at ,545 and hits ,315 for the Black Ghost special edition.

Note: Prices exclude a ,595 destination fee

What will happen in Challenger 2023?

Dodge will go EV starting in 2024, but before its signature rip-sorting muscle cars pass the checkered flag there will be a final commemorative build of 2023 Dodge Challengers and Dodge Charger muscle cars—including seven new
limited-edition buzz models that pay homage to such storied names as Swinger, Coronet, Super Bee, and a grand finale expected to be an E85-fueled Demon.

The throaty sendoff of Dodge's gas-powered muscle cars is integral to the brand's three-part plan on the road to full electrification. The brand, one of 14 under the Stellantis umbrella, has a small lineup so it needs to get the most out of its current nameplates. Equally important is the
addition of the compact Dodge Hornet crossover, the sister to the 2023 Alfa Romeo Tonale SUV that goes on sale in early 2023 and will be available as a plug-in hybrid. The Dodge Hornet will be the brand's first electrified vehicle, serving as a transition to the
first all-electric muscle car promised in 2024.

Dodge has said the current-generation Dodge Challenger and the smaller Dodge Charger muscle cars with internal combustion engines are going away, along with the
aging platforms they ride on. The last of these cars, that have defined the brand, will roll off the line at the plant in Brampton, Ontario, in December 2023. The Canadian plant will be retooled to make a new, unspecified, product in 2024—perhaps the electric Dodge.

After 20 years and 3 million sold, the Challenger and Charger will not exit quietly.
Dodge's "Never Lift" business plan has new models and products bowing every four months over the course of two years.

Flood of Final Dodge Challengers and Chargers

In October, Dodge will detail its plan to flood the market with Challengers and Chargers, listing every vehicle, by trim, to
be built in 2023, the final year of production, and which dealer each model is allocated to. Customers can go to to see the full-year allocation, find what is available and where, in the countdown to zero inventory. Full transparency for customers, says Dodge brand CEO Tim Kuniskis.

Every Challenger and Charger made in 2023 will have a commemorative "Last Call" underhood
plaque to celebrate the final year of its production in Brampton. Heritage colors such as Plum Crazy purple (seen at top), Sublime green, and B5 Blue (below) make a comeback as well as Destroyer Grey (shown above). And the SRT Jailbreak models expand to include 717-hp Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats allowing customers to customize their order.

Buzz Models Pay Tribute to Past Dodge Performance Cars

To make the end run special,
Dodge will also build seven "buzz" vehicles. They ride on the current platform and use existing powertrains but will be decked out with appearance packages that pay homage to great Dodge performance cars from the past.

Dodge will build a set number of each buzz model (think hundreds or thousands, depending on the model) and ship them to dealers to be sold off the lot—these cars cannot be ordered. They are in addition to each dealer's final-year allocation.

The first six limited-run cars pay homage to past models and some of them are Hellcats. "Every single one of them is a tribute to a car that came before it," Kuniskis says. It does not mean the commemorative special edition has more power but it harkens back to a past model.

The final model is the icing on the cake—Kuniskis calls it his personal moonshot and says it will be different from the rest. We have to wait for SEMA in November for details, but
we expect the CEO's career-defining car is a new and more powerful take on the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, exceeding the original's 840 horsepower with the help of E85 fuel.

Dodge Muscle Car Sneaker Dump

Dodge likes to tease, and the buzz model rollout does exactly that. Here is how it will go

August 24: Details will be released on the first buzz model that will be shipped to dealers like a sneaker drop. To tease us, Dodge released a picture of a salt and pepper shaker—the operative word here being "shaker" as in Widebody Challenger Scat Pack Shaker. Shaker packages feature a special hood design to feed cold air directly to the engine and because it is mounted to the engine, the air intake that sticks up through a hole in the hood can be
seen shaking with the vibrating engine.

August 31: This is the date we learn about the second model. The clue: a high-octane honeypot. We'll be looking for a limited-run return of the Super Bee, or "angry bee" as the logo was reinterpreted on the 2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack. The original Dodge Super
Bee dates back to the '60s, part of the original "hive" of models known as the Scat Pack and wearing a variation of the original Super Bee logo. To be part of the Scat Pack, a performance car had to run the quarter mile in under 15 seconds.

September 7: The tire swing clue suggests a nod to the Dart Swinger that dates back to the '60s, a two-door hardtop coupe that was an affordable muscle car in its day.

: The crown dripping with oil clue can only mean one thing: a reference to the Dodge Coronet that was sold in many forms over many generations, including the fifth-gen, two-door muscle car  introduced in 1965. Dodge modified 101 of them for NHRA drag racing.

September 21: The ghost clue points to the Black Ghost: a rare and valuable 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE with a 426 Hemi that was a street racing legend in Detroit, dark and brooding,
winning races and disappearing into the night.

SEMA: At the November show Dodge will provide details of the final car, the one Kuniskis describes as history-making, and the one that will make Brampton proud. The clue: a bottle of moonshine. Our take: an alcohol-fueled (E85) Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that
will beat the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that made 840 hp and required high-octane racing fuel. This final shot won't need the special fuel to move your eyeballs to the side of your face when the full force of the supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi launches.

Is Dodge going to make a 2023 challenger?

Dodge is also announcing pricing for its entire 2023 Dodge Challenger and Charger lineup, including pricing for the first six Dodge “Last Call” special-edition models.

What is Dodge making in 2023?

For 2023 model year, Jailbreak models will also be available for the 717-horsepower Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat, providing even more owners the option of building their own one-of-a-kind muscle car. Dodge is taking a new approach in getting the Charger and Challenger in the hands of its enthusiasts.

Is Dodge discontinuing the Hellcat in 2023?

Originally the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat was to be a limited production run that ended its run in June 2021. But the automaker recently made a shocking revelation of bringing back this mad SUV for another run as a 2023 MY.

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