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Dodge SRT officially dead.

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Sounds like SRT division is being morphed into something "Stellantis-like" .... Stellantis Racing Team?

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That didn't sound anything like it was dead, just integrated deeper into the engineering team of the company as a whole.  It sounded more like the author reading into things. Here's the statement from Stellantis:

 

“In February 2021, all of the core elements of the SRT performance engineering team were integrated into Stellantis’ global engineering organization.

This action will have the two-way benefit of ensuring that our brands’ SRT and performance-focused product offerings continue to meet the highest quality standards and expectations, while delivering key learnings from motorsports and other high-performance-technology applications across a wider mix of our company’s product lines.

These products have delighted enthusiasts for nearly two decades, and Stellantis will continue to sell and develop the next generation of Dodge//SRT-branded vehicles, as well as Jeep and Ram vehicles that utilize high-performance SRT technology.

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25 minutes ago, Anthony said:

That didn't sound anything like it was dead, just integrated deeper into the engineering team of the company as a whole.  It sounded more like the author reading into things. Here's the statement from Stellantis:

 

“In February 2021, all of the core elements of the SRT performance engineering team were integrated into Stellantis’ global engineering organization.

This action will have the two-way benefit of ensuring that our brands’ SRT and performance-focused product offerings continue to meet the highest quality standards and expectations, while delivering key learnings from motorsports and other high-performance-technology applications across a wider mix of our company’s product lines.

These products have delighted enthusiasts for nearly two decades, and Stellantis will continue to sell and develop the next generation of Dodge//SRT-branded vehicles, as well as Jeep and Ram vehicles that utilize high-performance SRT technology.

 

So you are saying there is still a chance of a Hellcat Pacifica? 

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50 minutes ago, Anthony said:

That didn't sound anything like it was dead, just integrated deeper into the engineering team of the company as a whole.  It sounded more like the author reading into things. Here's the statement from Stellantis:

 

“In February 2021, all of the core elements of the SRT performance engineering team were integrated into Stellantis’ global engineering organization.

This action will have the two-way benefit of ensuring that our brands’ SRT and performance-focused product offerings continue to meet the highest quality standards and expectations, while delivering key learnings from motorsports and other high-performance-technology applications across a wider mix of our company’s product lines.

These products have delighted enthusiasts for nearly two decades, and Stellantis will continue to sell and develop the next generation of Dodge//SRT-branded vehicles, as well as Jeep and Ram vehicles that utilize high-performance SRT technology.


That’s how I understood it.  
 

completely pointless article with a clickbait headline. FCA killing SRT would be like GMC killing the Denali line.  Would make zero sense. 

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I certainly hope not. The challenger and charger are pretty unique so losing them or seeing them turn into something lesser would be truly a sad day 

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