Dodge takes immense pride in the rich heritage of its muscle cars. And this legacy is set to evolve with the introduction of its inaugural electric vehicle. the 2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car. Built upon the advanced STLA platform, this cutting-edge vehicle boasts an awe-inspiring 800-horsepower drivetrain. With a starting price estimated to begin at $50,000, the range-topping models are expected to reach up to $65,000.
The base configurations will feature a single-engine setup. While the premium trims will elevate the driving experience with a dual-engine setup. Delivering an impressive 800 horsepower. Dodge continues to push the boundaries of automotive innovation, combining the iconic muscle car history with a forward-looking electric future.
2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car Specifications
The upcoming 2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car will be built on an STLA: Large Chasis And it will come with two power outputs. The base one has one motor setup and 400 horsepower. This model will be rear-wheel-drive, and it will come in lower-end trims. Higger-end trims will offer a dual-motor setup and 800 horsepower. This mill setup will be reserved for more high-end trims, and it will come just as an all-wheel drive. This variant will have an impressive 0–60 acceleration of 2 seconds. And we also expect an impressive top speed.
The range will greatly depend on the engine and battery setup. And the rumored max range is up to 450 miles.
Because this will be a performance car, we expect sport suspension. 20-inch rims wrapped in high-performance tires have a low air resistance rating.
2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car Interior and Exterior
The upcoming fully electric Emuscle car from Dodge will feature a well-known boxy front fascia that will be combined with modern design choices like front headlights and the aerodynamic line of the car. Also, from the rumors we found online, we see that Tailights will have a futuristic design.
The car will typically come on 18-inch wheels, but top-tier models will get 20-inch rims. Some of the rim designs will be shared with other Dodge muscle cars, but we expect newly developed rims just for this model.
The interior of the 2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car will be a mix of premium, performance, and luxurious features. Also, depending on the trim level, it will range from a pretty basic one to a pretty well-equipped one. We will start with a driver’s gauge that will be a 9-inch digital screen. And it will offer all the information the driver needs. Also, it will be additionally configurable, so the driver can configure it to his needs. In the center, we will find an info-entertainment screen that will be 12 inches in diagonal. Because this is a performance muscle car, we expect two premium seats in the front row that will offer great lumbar support on extreme rides, but the rear row will be pretty small and uncomfortable.
2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car Features
Some of the interesting tech and safety features that this model will bring will include A new safety software that will include features like blind spot monitoring, sign reorganization, pedestrian warning, rear cameras, and parking sensors Also, there will be some additional features like an automatic braking system, collision warning, and adaptive cruise control.
Some of the interesting technologies will include a premium sound system and satellite navigation. all modern connectivity options, like Android Auto and Apple Car Play. Also, we expect support for the latest Bluetooth and wireless charging.
Price and release date
The price and release date of this model are not yet officially announced. But the CEO of Stellantis, the parent company of Dodge, told me in an interview that the sweet spot for muscle cars is around $40.000 to $45.000. So we expect the starting price of the 2025 Dodge eMuscle Electric Muscle Car to be around that margin. That will be the starting price for a one-motor, small-battery model. And we expect the price to climb even to $65,000 for the top-tier trim with a dual engine and extended battery pack.
But the most interesting should be the mid-trim, which will offer a one-engine setup with rear-wheel drive and 400 horsepower. When we pair that setup with an extended battery pack, we get a pretty capable electric car that can be used as a daily.
There are no electric muscle cars on the market at this moment, but we should look into other segments to find competition. In the segment of sporty cars, we can find a Tesla Model S. A Porsche Taycan and a BMW i3 as competitors for an upcoming Dodge electric muscle car.