550 HP 2025 Dodge Charger SIX PACK H/O Coupe Coming

Hurricane-Powered Models Coming In Early 2025...

In a bold move, Dodge is rewriting the rules of the muscle car game with its all-new 2025 Charger SIX PACK lineup. Departing from the traditional HEMI® V8 engines, Dodge is embracing innovation by introducing the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter ‘Hurricane’ I6 engines, dubbed the ‘SIX PACK’, as the powerhouse behind its latest muscle car offerings.

2025 Dodge Charger SIX PACK H/O Coupe. (Dodge).

The Charger SIX PACK comes in two variants: the high-output (H/O) version for the two-door coupe and the standard-output (S/O) version for the four-door sedan.

The 2025 Charger SIX PACK coupe packs a punch with its high-output (H/O) Hurricane engine, boasting a formidable 550 horsepower and 521 lb.-ft. of torque on premium 91 octane (R+M)/2. This powerhouse is paired with an 8-speed ZF-sourced TorqueFlite automatic transmission, ensuring thrilling acceleration and seamless gear shifts.

2025 Dodge Charger SIX PACK H/O Coupe. (Dodge).

For those seeking a family-friendly option, the four-door Charger SIX PACK sedan offers the standard-output (S/O) version of the Hurricane engine, delivering a respectable 420 horsepower and 469 lb.-ft. of torque on 89 octane fuel. Whether tearing up the track or cruising the streets, the Charger SIX PACK lineup offers exhilarating performance tailored to every driver’s needs.

Dodge is not only shaking up the powertrain but also the drivetrain options. Both the ICE Charger SIX PACK models and their all-electric counterparts feature standard all-wheel-drive (AWD). However, for those craving the classic rear-wheel-drive (RWD) feel, Dodge offers the option to disable the AWD system with the push of a button, allowing drivers to unleash their inner hoonigan.

2025 Dodge Charger SIX PACK H/O Coupe. (Dodge).

Design-wise, the Charger SIX PACK sports a refreshed look with updates to the hood, rear, and front fascia. Gone is the iconic front R-Wing, replaced by a sleek grille and hood design featuring a striking heat-extractor and the ‘SIX PACK’ emblem. The lower grille in the front fascia provides additional cooling for the powerful twin-turbocharged engine, while the rear fascia proudly displays the ‘Charger’ script and a dual exhaust setup.

Inside the cabin, the Charger SIX PACK offers a high-tech and luxurious environment. Featuring a standard 12.3-inch Uconnect 5 touchscreen and a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster, with an option to upgrade to a 16-inch unit, drivers will have all the information and entertainment at their fingertips. The ambient lighting with 64 changeable colors adds a personalized touch, while the new pistol grip shifter enhances the driving experience.

2025 Dodge Charger SIX PACK H/O Coupe. (Dodge).

Production of both the two-door Charger SIX PACK H/O coupe and four-door Charger SIX PACK S/O sedan will begin in the first quarter of 2025 at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Ontario. As Dodge continues to push the boundaries of performance and innovation, stay tuned to MoparInsiders.com for the latest updates on the new Charger lineup.

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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The Six Pack Charger Just might be the model to push the Charger line to new sales figures and wider accessibility to the muscle car market. For me,it’s a game changer.

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I'm completely in love with both the ev and the hurricane. Can't wait to see the banshee. I hope direct connection has alot in store for both ev and hurricane powered cars! Way to go Dodge!!!!

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The Six Pack Charger Just might be the model to push the Charger line to new sales figures and wider accessibility to the muscle car market. For me,it’s a game changer.

You are so right Bill! This car looks great, being offered in both 2 and 4 door with both using ICE power plants. With 420 HP for a sedan that isn’t a Hemi, not bad at all for a family mover! My ‘13 AWD 3.6 moved out pretty damn good for a 6 banger, @300 HP. Can’t imagine the punch this will have.
I agree the sales could be great for both of these cars, but being a year out could really hurt!!! I know there are a lot of new Chargers sitting on lots right now, but they are not going to last a year. People looking for an ICE powered sedan that would prefer a Charger might not wait till the spring/summer of 2025 for a car. They will go somewhere else. This generation is not brand loyal like in our days.

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I think Dodge just hit a home run out of the park. Yes, we all lament losing the Hemi. Truly a sad day.

But a 550hp 6 with AWD!?? Holy, moly. Exactly what I want. Heck, the ev even seems like a home run.

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Very much looking forward to the S/O 4 door. I just hope its priced to sell and we avoid the Jeep pricing situation. I wonder, will the 4 door Sixpack have the same front end as the H/O coupe???

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