Dodge has officially unveiled the Hornet. It is not a muscle car, as you used to be. Instead, the new Hornet is a crossover which is based on the current Alfa Romeo Tonale platform. Also, the Tonale uses the architecture of the Compass/Renegade.

The new Dodge Hornet looks pretty aggressive, and this could be a good selling point in a market flooded by SUVs and crossovers.

Under the hood, the 2023 Dodge Hornet will be available with a 2,0 liter turbo unit matted to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The unit delivers 265 horsepower and 400 Nm peak of torque, which is enought to power the car from not to 60 mph in just 6,5 seconds.

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There is also a 1,3 liter turbocharged unit matted with an electric motor to deliver a plug-in hybrid arrangement. IN this form, the powertrain delivers 285 horsepower, while the 15.5 kWH battery pack can offer a purely electric range of 35 miles.

Inside the cabin, the crossover comes with a 22.6 inches screen. Dodge has already started taking orders, and the price will be beyond 30,000 USD.