The Durango, which has been around for ten years, is one of several 

models in Dodge's range that could need more than just a larger V8. 

But even if a Dodge renaissance is on the horizon, with planned redesigns of the 

Challenger and Charger for 2024 along with that electric muscle vehicle, the Durango does not appear to be an obvious benefactor.

 as suggested by Mopar Insiders in 2018. However, such a big shift would not likely escape the attention of Automotive News, which is generally well-connected. 

There's a good probability that Stellantis just hasn't decided how it would implement the next-generation model if the Durango has a future.