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Dodge has given us a preview of what the horsepower options are going to be like on the Daytona. There will be base trims and then different performance upgrades available.

These numbers are for the 400 Volt Daytonas, they haven't revealed the details for the 800V models.

400-volt Output Levels
  • 340 kilowatt (kW) – base trim (455 hp)
    • eStage 1 – 370 kW (495 hp)
    • eStage 2 – 400 kW (535 hp)
  • 440 (kW) – base trim (590 hp)
    • eStage 1 – 470 kW (630 hp)
    • eStage 2 – 500 kW (670 hp)


BEV Power and Performance Upgrades Previewed
Highlighting the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept’s SEMA visit is the announcement of nine possible powertrain outputs for the all-electric muscle car concept. Three different battery-electric power levels will be shown at SEMA, as well as two levels of Dodge Direct Connection performance upgrades for each power level.

Dodge is illustrating a stair-step approach to its electrified performance, with 400-volt system output levels of 340 kilowatts (456 hp) and 440 kilowatts (590 hp) and an as-yet-unannounced, factory-delivered, power-level 800-volt SRT Banshee powertrain package.

400-volt Output Levels
  • 340 kilowatt (kW) – base trim (455 hp)
    • eStage 1 – 370 kW (495 hp)
    • eStage 2 – 400 kW (535 hp)
  • 440 (kW) – base trim (590 hp)
    • eStage 1 – 470 kW (630 hp)
    • eStage 2 – 500 kW (670 hp)

Direct Connection Stage 1 and Stage 2 performance upgrades use a “crystal” key that plugs into the dash. Base output and Direct Connection upgrade levels for the 800-volt Banshee will be announced at a future date.
 
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