Chrysler and Dodge Are Creating Quite the Buzz in 2023

After nearly a decade, Chrysler and Dodge are back with some new models. The Hornet is the first new model from the brand in a decade.  The Durango SRT Hellcat SUV is also back.

 company is making a big push in the fanatical world of speed. New Hornet plug-in hybrid concept may be a precursor to the first electric Dodge vehicle, expected to hit in 2024.

2023 Chrysler 300 has a couple of minor updates, though. The entry-level 300 Touring now comes with the SafetyTec Plus Group, which adds a host of driver-assistanc  features.

 These include adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go, automatic high-beam headlights, full-speed forward collision warning, active braking, and rain-sensing windshield wipers

The car is also getting a new badge on the grill and rear deck lid. The 2023 Charger and Challenger will also be getting some special editions.

Challenger R/T and Scat Pack will both get a convertible option in 2023. These special editions will cost a minimum of $25,999. More information is available from Drop Top Customs

Chrysler and Dodge have already hinted at an electric successor to the Chrysler 300. They have also promised a carbon fiber body, as well as an official license for the 1970 Dodge Charger.

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