Second Dodge Last Call Teaser Video Debuts with an Odd, Obvious Hint

There is little content in the short press release that accompanied the video link, but the key wording is that the video suggests and foreshadows “the powerful metamorphosis fueling the core of the ultimate Dodge special-edition vehicle”.

Dodge Last Call Leprechaun

In the video, we see a leprechaun hooked to a medical drip bag that contains some yellowish liquid. The leprechaun starts the drip bag and a few seconds later, he is clearly effected by the fluid. He eyes turn red and begin to emit lightning-type electrical flow. When the lightning dissipates, a more sinister leprechaun with glowing gold eyes swaggers out of the smoke and the video ends.

So, it seems that we are dealing with an evil leprechaun. When I researched evil leprechauns online, I found this information at an Irish Genealogy website:

“Of all the Irish fairies, the evil leprechaun, with his hot-temper and spiteful trickery, is probably the best-known internationally, closely followed by the Banshee.”

Closely followed by the banshee.

Dodge Last Call Leprechaun

We all know that the next generation of go-fast Dodge products is slated to be the Charger Daytona SRT Banshee, so it seems that the company could be working on Irish mythology into this final, special edition muscle car. After the first teaser video, many people were guessing that we would see a “Redeye Demon”, which would make sense, but with this obvious inclusion of the leprechaun, we aren’t so sure. We aren’t sure how the brand will tie in Irish mythology in a way that makes sense, but we expect that this car will be far more exciting than the other six Last Call models – all of which are more or less appearance packages.

Dodge Last Call Leprechaun

My guess is still a Challenger with the 6.2-liter Hemi topped by a 3.0-liter supercharger from the Hellephant engine family and tuned to run on E85 – offering somewhere in the area of 950 horsepower.

So, what is your guess? Tell us in the comments below.

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