2024 Dodge Grand Caravan Comeback: What to Expect

Since the day it was introduced, and that was back in 1984, the Dodge Grand Caravan has always been a model that epitomizes automotive adaptability, seamlessly blending functionality with a touch of sophistication. A stalwart in the minivan realm, this vehicle beckons to those who prioritize family-centric elegance in the true American way. Its commodious interior is a testament to thoughtful design, providing a haven of comfort for passengers and an artful configuration for cargo.

Unfortunately, the journey ended in 2020, when Dodge decided to discontinue this long-living nameplate. But, that may be only temporary, because the latest reports are suggesting its comeback, already in the next year, as the 2024 Dodge Grand Caravan. Will it stick to the old design approach? Will it be an EV? We will discuss this in the following paragraphs

2024 Dodge Grand Caravan 2020
Previous-Generation Grand Caravan

2024 Dodge Grand Caravan Design

All those who would step into the Grand Caravan for the first time would discover an environment where space is not just a dimension but a luxury. The sliding rear doors elegantly invite you into a realm where form meets function, with an interior layout that seamlessly caters to the dynamic needs of modern life. While the Grand Caravan may not flaunt the latest tech trends, its enduring appeal lies in its practicality and affordability, an automotive symphony of reliability and sophistication.

Those are the words Dodge marketing experts were using back in the day, but the Grand Caravan has been falling slowly, for years. In the last decade or so, it wasn’t actually able to catch up with the competition, primarily one that comes from Japan. Chrysler’s pickup got a completely new iteration, but Dodge’s didn’t. It was doomed to failure.

With such a reputation, the all-new 2024 Dodge Grand Caravan would have to offer something really interesting to attract potential buyers. The first thing we are all thinking about is electrification. Dodge is already in that, considering that the legendary muscle car, the Charger, will soon run on batteries. The same platform would be used for the new minivan, while the design language would be the same as the company uses in the new Hornet.

2024 Dodge Grand Caravan render

Speaking of the Hornet, the small crossover may serve as the basis in the case Dodge decides to take a little bit more conservative design approach and offer a gas-powered and hybrid version. This would also mean a little bit smaller dimensions compared to the previous generations, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It could be a chance to stand out, by being more affordable than rivals, because even this segment is not immune to the current trend of high-jumping prices.

2024 Dodge Grand Caravan Powertrain

Things with the Grand Caravan were pretty straightforward back in the day – beneath the hood, the Grand Caravan waltzes with a V6 engine, offering a harmonious blend of power and poise for your daily journeys and highway sojourns.  The towing prowess adds a dash of versatility, making it a companion not just for the urban landscape but also for those seeking a tasteful solution to their recreational endeavors.

The new model would have to play a little bit different game. As mentioned, the first that comes to mind is electrification. A single or a pair of electric motors, packed with a decent battery would be the formula in that case but that would also make it quite expensive for an average minivan buyer.

That’s why many believe that the 2024 Dodge Grand Caravan would actually come in a more conventional layout. The aforementioned Dodge Hornet would serve as the base and borrow that small but quite capable hybrid powertrain, based on a tiny 1.3-liter turbo-four. The combined output goes up to 288 horsepower, which is more power than the Chrysler Pacifica hybrid, for example. Base versions, on the other hand, would probably come with a 2.0-liter turbo-four.

2024 Dodge Grand Caravan Release Date

The 2024 Dodge Grand Caravan still waiting for the official confirmation but if we can trust the latest reports, the new model could arrive in the next year.



Timothy has been an FCA enthusiast way before the two major companies merged. With an innate passion for muscle cars from the golden era, Ram trucks and anything that has a huge engine under the hood, it’s not hard to presume that Timothy is a true motorhead. On the other side, classic Italian sports cars have always had a special place in his heart, as a sense of style and sophistication is an integral part of his persona. For Timothy, FCA is a perfect match.

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