“Last Call” Dodge Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI Available on Dealership Lots Now

May 17th, 2024 by


Muscle car automaker Dodge finally jumped on the battery-electric vehicle (BEV) bandwagon when it first announced eMuscle cars, and we’ve already seen examples of this, starting with the 2024 Dodge Hornet. Initially a gasoline-only model, the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) version of this model was eventually released. The 2025 Dodge Charger Daytona SRT BEV was finally unveiled, but it was alongside the next generation of the Dodge Charger, still powered by gasoline. It begs the question, Will Dodge Ever Stop Making ICE Models? Maybe one day, but until then, it’s “Last Call” after last call for the automaker.

What is a “Last Call” model? Much like the “last call” at a bar for the last drinks to be poured for the night, Dodge “Last Call” models were the last all-gasoline models the automaker would make for the Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, and the Dodge Durango. Well, we already saw how that went for the Charger, but it was an interesting ride. When Dodge first announced its “Last Call” special edition models of the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger, we got a total of seven models, including the Challenger Shakedown R/T Scat Pack, Challenger Shakedown R/T Scat Pack Widebody, 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee, third and fourth “Last Call” as the 2023 Dodge Challenger and Charger Scat Pack Swingers, the 2023 Dodge Charger King Daytona as the fifth “Last Call” model, the 2023 Dodge Challenger Black Ghost was the sixth, and the 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 as the final “Last Call” model.

This wasn’t the end, leading to the “Last Call” for HEMI®-powered Dodge Challenger and Charger models. Then came the “Last Call” for V8 Dodge Durango models. The latter will come with its own lineup of special edition models, starting with the Dodge Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI. Marking the final run of high-horsepower Durango SRT 392 V8 models, the Durango AlcHEMI will be produced with the 475-horsepower 5.7L HEMI-powered Durango R/T and the 710-horsepower Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat. With a limited run of only 1000 units, the Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI starts with all-wheel drive (AWD), and adds yellow SRT Brembo brakes and Black exhaust tips for a more aggressive-looking vehicle and stopping power as powerful as its performance.

On the outside, the Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI gets plenty of style, including honeycomb-textured dual exterior stripes with yellow-accent borders, satin Black “392” vinyl fender decals with yellow accents, 20-by-10-inch Satin Black forged SRT wheels, a Midnight Metallic grille, and liftgate badges. Inside, the upgraded style continues with SRT interior accented with yellow and silver stitching throughout the cabin (seats, steering wheel and shifter), an SRT “392” logo embroidered on seatbacks with yellow and silver stitching, a leather and suede steering wheel featuring a red LED SRT logo, and forged carbon-fiber interior accents. The starting model will be equipped with the 6.4-liter SRT HEMI V8 engine, able to produce 475 horsepower.

A limited edition model, don’t expect this to have a “going out of business” price tag. The U.S. manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the Dodge Durango SRT 392 AlcHEMI is $89,795 (plus destination fee). It’s available now and heading to dealership lots. If you want to find dealerships that received an order, make use of the Dodge Horsepower Locator to find yours. For news on the rest of the “Last Call” Dodge Durango HEMI models, follow along with us on Aventura Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram social media.

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