Dodge ‘Last Call’ Event in Las Vegas Set to Celebrate Reveal of Final Dodge ‘Last Call’ Special-edition Vehicle, Brand’s Electrified Performance Future

Dodge is honoring the end of an era while celebrating the birth of another with the announcement today of a Dodge “Last Call” performance festival that will play host to the worldwide reveal of the brand’s final 2023 “Last Call” special-edition model while also shining a spotlight on the Dodge brand’s future of electrified muscle, the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT® Concept. The Dodge “Last Call” event will rumble into Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 20, 2023.

The event will unleash the seventh and final Dodge 2023 “Last Call” commemorative edition model — a last-of-its-kind Dodge special-edition vehicle. Six Dodge “Last Call” models have already been introduced: the Dodge Challenger Shakedown, Dodge Charger Super Bee, Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack Swinger, Dodge Charger King Daytona and Dodge Challenger Black Ghost. The Dodge “Last Call” vehicles commemorate the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger, which are coming to an end in their current HEMI®-engine-powered forms at the end of 2023.

The Dodge “Last Call” event in Las Vegas will also hail the beginning stages of a new, electrified chapter for the brand — the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept, the brand’s future vision of electrified muscle, will be on display in Las Vegas. The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept represents a giant step forward on the performance brand’s road to an electrified future, offering a perception-shattering concept that reimagines what a muscle car can be.

“The Dodge ‘Last Call’ event will be a celebration of Dodge performance,” said Tim Kuniskis, Dodge brand chief executive officer – Stellantis. “While the ‘Last Call’ special-edition model we will reveal at Las Vegas and the electrified Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept represent different performance eras for our brand, both are linked by a commitment to delivering the Brotherhood of Muscle a vehicle that drives like a Dodge, looks like a Dodge and sounds like a Dodge. No matter the era, Dodge will always be about muscle, attitude and performance, and that’s what this event will celebrate.”

The Dodge brand’s performance festival will also feature drag racing on The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Dodge Thrill Rides, a Dodge car show, celebrity appearances, a post-event afterglow and more. The reveal event will be open to the public, and enthusiasts will also be able to view the event via Livestream right here on DodgeGarage.

Additional details on the Dodge “Last Call” event will be shared at a later date both on and right here on

To stay up-to-date on information on the brand’s Never Lift plan, which provides a 24-month road map to Dodge’s performance future, check out the Never Lift landing page.



Had a 69 Coronet 440 the old ass 318 with some serious tricks pulled low 11s plenty for the time


You guys have found a friend to the end nice site

Please stop bitching Wheres does it say no ICE? Times change, 20 years ago 16 seconds was a great ET, The muscle car era was bloated slugs, it took mutha Mopar to bring us to the 12’s with the Viper , now we are in the 9’s Besides Turbos are where its at , MOPAR never dissapoints , and is always evolving, Stop crying and wait and see whats up. The only people who like change are babies with wet diapers. So get your depends & put on a new pair and have mommy put y’all to bed.


I am in total disbelief that Dodge would go all electric and give up being the top dog of muscle car performance. I’ve had countless mopars over the years including a Superbird, AAR Cuda , 70 Grande coupe convertible Barracuda, 69 Super Bee, 67 Fast back Barracuda, 70 convertible big block Coronet, 79 Lil Red Express tons of other old ones and 2 Chrysler SRT’s 2016 Challenger Hellcat 6spd
And presently own 2020 Redeye Challenger Hellcat, 2022 TRX sandblast edition, 2023 Grand Wagoneer and a 2022 Ram 5.7 Hemi Lone star edition. So I guess I will be purchasing a GM car as long as they produce Corvette or Camaro in the future that are gasoline. I will never buy electric! I’ll say again I’m saddened and in disbelief that Dodge is going electric. What a Woke move in my opinion. I think they are making a huge mistake.


The death of mopar, is this a funeral for them ?, why are we celebrating the end of muscle cars for dodge ?


As far as the Last Call Hellcat Hemi powered cars, man I am so sad about this. Ford and Chevrolet don’t seem to be going EV the way Dodge is. They are still going to be building ICE engine cars, and Dodge will be in a bad place market wise, imho. They will be appeasing the Governments of the world I suppose, but as we all know appeasement is never a good idea.
I’m literally afraid Dodge may be signing its own death warrant with the rush to EV’s only. The Hurricane platform seems at first to be a boondoggle, but if they can perform, not only in terms of hp but also in terms of reliability under the high boost required to achieve the high hp numbers it will need to provide, is again imho, a very tall order. But if history shows us anything Dodge is probably the only company that could possibly pull this off. I sincerely hope you can do it guys and gals there at Dodge!


I’m just chomping at the bit to know whether the Banshee is going to have a three motor or four motor configuration. Honestly, to beat the Lucid Air’s high 8 second quarter mile time is going to require a hell of a vehicle. My money is on it being the full boogie four motor config with four 450hp motors, one at each wheel, that’s an 1800hp machine! THE WORLD NEEDS A 4 MOTOR BANSHEE!


Any updates. I want to book airfare and hotel asap for this event.



You killed Dodge…I guess you shouldn’t have quit the Caravan,you need it now!!

I wont buy any new Dodge without a V8…Family bought Dodge since 1928(Grandfather) I collect and own/restore 60’s and 70’s Chrysler products,even picked up a 56 Chrysler 300 B last month(needs minor refresh)…

I bought several new L series Hemi cars since they came out,love the platform,performance and V8 engine! I still own 3 and will pick up another Hemi Challenger sadly last call…

When you go electric you’re done! People who buy Electric buy snob type ones like Tesla…or Bolts or Leafs cheap low rent cars!

You should know by my name I am a Mopar Purist…I own a few 68-70 versions of the XS29L9 all 440 cars! Also like I said 3 newer 2016-2020 Hemi cars…I also told everyone I know to buy your cars/suvs etc…Most do!

Saddens me you went woke!


Bought my Las Vegas flight tickets, See you them!


This is actually Dodge’s funeral. There is nothing to celebrate transitioning to EVs. Glad I have my hemi to live with.


When the hell is Dodge going to start production on the 2023 Charger??? I put my deposit down 3 months ago, was told by the dealer 2-4 months to get my car. I don’t even have an estimated production start date. And the dealer has NO information.


When can I order a hellcat challenger with six speed manual?


Abandoning ICE engines in muscle cars is a short-sighted, knee-jerk response to the public’s infatuation with EV vehicles. Why not offer both?


When are you going to update the build&price on to show anything from 2023. Im not going to order a car until I can see what options are available on the built&price site. What’s talking you so long?


Green to go

When can last call 900hp Challenger be ordered?


392 stage kits when?