The other day, the press service of Dodge announced that in August of this year it will hold a presentation of three new models at once. Of course, we were not provided with data on what kind of cars they would be. But it is reported that the presentation will take place in three stages — on August 15, 16, and 17, on each of these days the brand plans to show one car.
According to experts, the first model will be an electric oil car, which will replace the gasoline models of the Hellcat series in 2023. The second car is likely to be a Hornet crossover with a hybrid power plant, built on the basis of the Alfa Romeo Tonale. It is expected that the model will differ from the Italian crossover in the interior and some body parts.
But there are currently no assumptions about what the third car will be like. It should be noted that Dodge is clearly lagging behind its own schedule — the event was originally scheduled for the first quarter of this year and will take place already in the third. It is assumed that this is due to some of the company’s patent applications.