“Dodge has given its electric Charger Daytona SRT Concept a set of fake exhausts and one of the loudest artificial V8 noises we’ve ever heard,” writes Harry Waring via CarThrottle. From the report: The car features some interestingly named components that make it stand out from the rest of the EV crowd, such as the “Rupt” simulated multispeed transmission and a “Fratzonic” chambered ‘exhaust’ which emits a 125 dB “Dark Matter” noise (yes, we’re serious). According to Dodge, the battery-powered machine is supposedly as loud as a Hellcat with its supercharged Hemi V8. The unusual names continue with the 800V “Banshee” propulsion system, which delivers power to the car’s 21-inch wheels. We’re yet to hear about official performance figures, but stopping power will be provided by six-piston brake callipers. The ‘Fratzog’ logo sits on the car’s front and rear ends, previously used on vehicles produced by Dodge between 1962 and 1976, now representing the brand’s electrified future. You can watch (and hear) it in action here.