Dodge has revealed an updated version of its simulated exhaust sound for EVs.
The Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust produces a 126-decibel "exhaust" noise.
The sound system uses an amplifier near the rear of the car to produce the sound.
The sound is similar to that of a traditional V-8 engine.
The latest iteration of the sound system produces a more realistic sound at seamless speeds.
The move of Dodge into the EV market is an exciting development.
Dodge's entry into the EV market promises to be a game-changer.
The brand's signature muscle car design will combine with the latest electric powertrain technology.
The updated simulated exhaust sound ensures the transition to electricity doesn't mean sacrificing the brand's iconic sound.