The auto industry is not continuous, and many iconic models are being removed from the market or transformed to be completely new. The Mustang is now available in an all-electric SUV version that is the style of the Mach-E The Corvette evolved into a mid-engine version and the Eclipse was relegated from being a cult Japanese sports car into an uninteresting crossover.
Dodge is not a newbie to such transformations and we’ve recently seen a resurgence of Dodge’s Charger model as the initial EV Muscle vehicle. However, when you’re looking for fast MOPARS there’s a model that is both fast and functional – the Magnum – and just recently, TopSpeed teamed up with graphic designer Bimble Designs to reimagine the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV as something different.
2025 Dodge Magnum SUV Changes
The 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV isn’t among the oldest names in this brand but the name has a history dating back to 1978. Although it was not a great time for the muscle car, the first Magnum included several well-known engines. The first model was a two-door, mid-sized coupe built upon the B-body chassis. It was powered by a variety of Chrysler V-8 engines ranging between 318 and 400 cubic inches (5.2 to 6.6 Liters).
From 1979 until 1981, there was an Brazilian version that was entirely distinct and was built in the same A-body chassis however, it was nevertheless powered by a three-year-old 318 cubic inch V-8. The model year of 1981 was the year that saw another variant of the first-generation 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV. It was built on the M-body and manufactured in Mexico. The engine was 360 cubic inches (5.9-liter) V-8.
The second generation of the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV (1983 to 1988) was a major decline in the car. Production was once more transferred to Mexico and the Magnum’s size decreased and opted for a more econo-car-like front-engined, front-wheel drive layout. Although some engines were used in models such as Shelby GLHS and Dodge Charger Shelby, Shelby GLHS, and Dodge Charger Shelby the vast majority were lacking in performance.
The Daimler era of Chrysler was a complete overhaul of the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV. The third generation was built on the notorious LX platform along with Chrysler 300C. Chrysler 300C, which came out at the same time. Its Magnum was a less utilitarian version that had an atypical station wagon design and a less lavish interior, but it offered the same space. It is interesting to note that Europe had the same model, however, it was marketed as it was the Chrysler 300C station wagon. It was essentially the same car however it had an exterior that was 300C and an interior. On paper, it appears that it appears that the Dodge Magnum should have been an instant success. It was a powerhouse, particularly in the SRT-8 trim, which featured the 6.1-liter Hemi V-8. In the course of Chrysler’s restructuring plan in 2007, it was determined that the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV could not last beyond the model year 2008.
2025 Dodge Magnum SUV Redesign
Since the 2024 Dodge Charger Daytona EV came out, we were wondering if it would result in other MOPARs with a performance focus which are that are derived from it. While it is certain that it is likely that the STLA Large platform, which provides the foundation for the first electric car is going to eventually be the foundation for other models, this render draws clearly from the all-electric Charger.
Moreover, the EV muscle car was used as the starting point for this digitally-reincarnated 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV, which looks to be heading for more of an SUV design. Just a few months when that the Daytona EV came out, we saw station wagon and four-door versions. The latter is more extreme because Bimble Design has completely changed the ratio of glass to bodywork.
The digital model here appears like the child of a Dodge Charger Daytona and a Range Rover Sport. The front is business-like with a blacked-out splitter and vents. A power bulge can also be found on the front hood which is blacked out in the middle. The black trim frames the entire lower part of the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV and makes the wheel arches appear larger. Wheels measuring 21 inches are an obvious carry-over of the muscle car EV.
The black roof is a perfect match with the body that is trimmed with Hemi Orange. The front fender has a Demon logo, indicating it’s a top-of-the-line and extremely strong 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV. In the back, all of the stuff that is below the beltline is a copy of that of the Charger Daytona, although with more prominent air vents in the rear bumper, along with a new diffuser with “shark fins”.
2025 Dodge Magnum SUV Futures
This STLA Large platform can certainly be used with an electric SUV. This is because the Jeep Grand Wagoneer currently doesn’t have an all-electric version similar to, say the Mercedes S-Class the Mercedes EQS. The popularity of SUVs is continuing to grow even in the day of electrification. That makes a compelling case to get the 2025 Dodge Magnum SUV to be reintroduced with a similar design to what we have here.