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AP Photo/Evan Vucci In another sign of Joe Biden being the resurgence of Jimmy Carter, Dodge ends its muscle car favorites.
The comparisons to Jimmy Carter these days have even exceeded the projections. Inflation? Check . Recessionary effects? Despite the pleading of the media, you betcha . Surging gas prices? Without a doubt when nearly two dollars higher is seen as a reason to breathe easier. Add in our weakened international stature and overall social malaise, and it is clear Joe Biden has certainly gone full retro in his brief tenure.
Now we can add another Carter-esque character trait to the list – we will see the demise of more of those American icons of the road, the muscle cars. In the late 1970s, the gas crisis and other influences saw many of the famed cars faded from showrooms. The Charger evolved into a luxury sedan (basically the Cordoba) and the Mustang became an economic option.
Today, we are seeing very similar economic forces in play, and once again these iconic American offerings are coming under fire. Between surging gas hikes and the administration putting dire pressure on the country to shift to more fuel-efficient electric vehicles, that means that the popular cars with an impressive power plant under the hood are about to be put up on blocks.
Dodge has made the announcement that by the end of 2023 the automaker will no longer offer for sale the Challenger and Charger models. The company will instead be transitioning to the production of EVs. Along with the urgency from politicians to move into electric, fuel economy and emissions standards have also dogged the company, so this is a result of mounting pressure placed on the industry.
Yet another factor is the carbon credits bill the company has had to fulfill. In Europe, […]
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