If you want a Dodge muscle car, you'd better be as quick as they are.
Dodge has opened the order books on its "Last Call" sale for the Challenger and Charger models.
The coupe and sedan are scheduled to be discontinued at the end of the 2023 model year.
Dodge said the V8-powered car will be the last eight-cylinder muscle cars it ever builds before it replaces them with the electric Charger Daytona SRT.
Along with all the standard versions of the two cars, Dodge has introduced six special-edition Last Call models that will be available in very limited supplies.
To make tracking the cars down simpler, if not easier, for shoppers, Dodge has launched a searchable website called the Horsepower Locator, which lists every available vehicle and the dealer it has been allocated to.
PONTIAC, MI - AUGUST 17: The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept all-electric muscle car is shown at its world reveal during Dodge's Speed Week at M1 Concourse on August 17, 2022 in Pontiac, Michigan. A production electric vehicle from Dodge, a Stellan
Base prices range from $32,140 for a V6-powered Challenger SXT to $100,910 for the 807 hp Challenger Black Ghost Special Edition.
The only car missing is the mysterious seventh Last Call model, which was supposed to be revealed at the SEMA auto show in November, but it has been delayed due to supply chain issues, according to Dodge.
The only detail that's been released about the car is Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis' description of it as "history making," which suggests it could be more powerful than the 808 hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that was released in 2018 and still holds the title of most powerful American muscle car ever.