V-8 to volts: How do American muscle brands transition to EVs?

From California to New York to Washington, regulators increasingly are looking to phase out gasoline-powered cars in favor of electrics. That could pose challenges for some legacy Detroit brands. Take Dodge for example. The performance brand has built its current lineup on V-8 powered Challenger and Charger muscle cars harkening back to the company’s 1960s muscle-car roots. Dodge’s earth-shaking 700-horsepower Hellcat engines have pulled buyers into showrooms. Even the three-row Durango family-hauler has a Hellcat option. But can Dodge convince customers to buy stealthy battery-powered machine…

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