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Theses 10 Vehicles are Discontinuing In 2024

Theses 10 Vehicles are Discontinuing In 2024

Theses 10 Vehicles are Discontinuing In 2024

10 Vehicles are Discontinuing In 2024

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As we usher in 2024, the automotive industry is preparing to say goodbye to some beloved rides that have been stalwarts on the roads for years. From luxury brands to iconic muscle cars and supercars, a wave of discontinuations is reshaping the landscape. Enthusiasts and collectors alike are left with memories of the remarkable journeys these cars provided.

 BMW Alpina B7: 

Luxury brands are not exempt from the winds of change. The BMW Alpina B7, a masterpiece born out of a collaboration with BMW, will bid its farewell, with no direct successor planned after 2025. This marks the end of an era for a car that blended luxury and performance with precision.

 Chevrolet Bolt & Bolt EUV: 

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Chevrolet is reshaping its electric lineup, saying goodbye to the first-generation Bolt, known for its affordability. However, Chevy promises a new Bolt riding on the advanced Ultium EV platform. The larger Bolt EUV, featuring added passenger space and Super Cruise, also joins the farewell party, making way for the next generation of electric vehicles.

 Chrysler 300: 

After gracing the roads for 18 years, the Chrysler 300 sedan, a muscle car icon, is taking its final bow. With only a limited number of units available for the 2023 model year, this marks the end of an era for the V8 and V6 variants as Chrysler shifts its focus towards the future of mobility.

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 Dodge Challenger & Charger: 

In a bold move towards electrification, Dodge is pulling the plug on the Challenger and Charger. Special editions like the limited Demon 170, boasting a jaw-dropping 1,025 horsepower and a 1.7-second 0-60 time, mark the end of the Hellcat line, including iconic models like the Scat Pack and Hellcat.

 Ferrari F8 Tributo and Portofino M: 

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Ferrari enthusiasts, brace yourselves. The F8 Tributo, with only one officially imported into the US, is closing its curtains. The elegant Ferrari Portofino M takes a bow, paving the way for the powerful Roma Spider in 2024. Fear not, as the F8 Spider with a removable roof is here to carry on the legacy.

 Audi R8 and Audi TT: 

After 16 years and two generations, Audi’s enduring supercar, the R8, is reaching the end of the line. The 2023 GT RWD model marks the final chapter with a hefty price tag. The iconic Audi TT, with a glorious 25-year run, bids farewell with a Final Edition in the UK and the RS Heritage Edition in the US.

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As these automotive icons take their final curtain call, the industry looks towards the future of mobility, embracing new technologies and leaving enthusiasts with a mix of nostalgia and anticipation for what lies ahead.

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