The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Banshee is a concept car that reveals what Dodge has been working on in their pursuit of performance-driven electrification. While the car features several exquisite design queues that mate the old with a more futuristic take on vehicles. Many have already been analyzing all of its features, and some have taken to redesigning the concept to create something different. That’s precisely what TheSketchMonkey has done with a concept that takes the electric Dodge Charger concept and turns it into a wagon, specifically a modern Magnum.
The Dodge Magnum mated the performance and looks of a muscle car with a wagon. The high-performance SRT-8 version debuted in 2005 and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds, courtesy of the 6.1L Hemi engine that produced 425 horsepower. Unfortunately, in 2007 Chrysler announced that the Dodge Magnum would be one of four models discontinued after the 2008 model as part of its restructuring plans. But, it still has its fanbase.
Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Banshee: Wagon Concept
TheSketchMonkey has made a couple of different concept sketches. He turned the modern-day Dodge Charger and Challenger into wagons, each with unique styles that work well and look extraordinary. So, it’s not surprising that he has decided to do the same with the Charger Daytona SRT Banshee. Not much has been modified in terms of the overall structure of the vehicle. The aggressive shape of the EV remains while the rear bumper has been extended slightly to ensure it lines up correctly with the raised back end to turn the car into a wagon or Shooting Brake.
This concept is more of a Shooting Brake than a wagon since the two-door configuration was kept as the wheelbase of the Charger Daytona SRT looks spectacular. Another change to the overall vehicle was the wheels, which was an excellent decision to make as it helps compliment the overall design and look of the Shooting Brake Charger Banshee.