Dodge Hints At A 'Dead Coyote,' Likely A Reference To The Mustang's 5.0-Liter V8 | Carscoops

Dodge seems to be suggesting the next Challenger will be a Mustang killer

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1/19/2022 7:30:00 AM

Dodge Hints At A 'Dead Coyote,' Likely A Reference To The Mustang's 5.0-Liter V8 | Carscoops carscoops

Dodge seems to be suggesting the next Challenger will be a Mustang killer

and it appears their “dead coyote” reference originally slipped under the radar.Featured on the brand’s 24 Months of Muscle calendar, the teaser shows a coyote that has been run over.While the tiny teaser image makes it hard to see at first glance, it’s unmistakable once the picture has been enlarged. A quick look at the source code also makes it undebatable as the image is named “Dead Coyote” and the alternative text is the same.

Also Read:Dodge Teases Electric Muscle Car Concept, Looks Like A ’68 ChargerDodge is staying tight-lipped about the picture’s meaning, but there’s little doubt the dead coyote is a reference to Ford’s 5.0-liter Coyote V8 that powers the Mustang. This is backed up by the fact that Dodge is talking about “performance cars” and is presumably making a reference to the powertrain that will be used in the Challenger successor.

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