The automotive industry is going through a unique momentElectrification is forcing brands to take steps to update their lineups, and in this shift many legendary models will die without a successor. This will happen with sports cars, ATVs or traditional three-volume sedans.The best example of an era coming to an end is recently Chrysler 300C 6.4L HEMI. We say lately for its engine, not for its life…

As you know, The 6.4L HEMI release into its catalog marks its end. Next year 2023 will be his time to say goodbye, and for that, in the “starry” Pentagon house, they want to say goodbye in the way he deserves. And the best way to do it is to launch the most powerful version on the market, even the SRT that existed in the past.Actually enough Hours run out of announced production. Now It’s well known why it’s not a Hellcat

Apparently, without the Hellcat engine, the Chrysler 300C 6.4L HEMI is the only option…

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As we all know, Dodge has been selling the 6.2L V8 HEMI Hellcat engine for years. Equipped with a supercharging system, it can increase its power to nearly 1,000 horsepower.In fact, the last one to equip it was SUV familiar Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Because of its success, it had to return to the market. Well, the days of this engine are numbered, it has a limited production date and a limited total.

That’s the key to the Chrysler 300C 6.4L HEMI not being a Hellcat, according to The Drive.That is Not enough 6.2-liter V8 HEMI engines to diversify its portfolioIn other words, in the factory, the demand is so high that there is a supply bottleneck, and if we add that to its cessation, one doesn’t have to be a lynx to understand that it’s impossible. Still, there seems to be hope…

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Chrysler 300C 6.4L HEMI: The swan song of Yankee sedans

If you remember, you will remember FCA Group sells 1,000 hp Mopar Hellephant 426 engineWith the Hellcat, he did the same thing, and there are still units available for those who want to give their Dodgers and Jeeps more “badass”. What do the Chrysler 300C and the Charger have in common? Well, they’re the same car, back in the day, and now again, the 300C has a 6.4L V8 HEMI block fitted, so it’s an “easy” thing to do with the tech…

is because it is possible, 300C 6.4L HEMI is not a Hellcat is almost a rumor. reason? His replacement will be 100 percent electrified, with the light of day expected next year in 2026.Therefore, we are facing The era of the Yankee sedan conquering the world is overincluding Europe… isn’t that so…?

Fuente-Drive