Dodge has announced its first all-new product in a decade. The Dodge Hornet R/T attempts to give a sportier edge to plug-in hybrids.

The Hornet, a corporate sibling of the Alfa Romeo Tonale, debuts as the most powerful crossover available for under $30,000.

The GT comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo that makes over 265 hp. The plug-in is even more potent, with a claimed output of over 285 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque

Its powertrain uses a 1.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with an electric motor at the rear axle. It's not quite as powerful as the 302-hp Toyota RAV4 Prime.

Dodge says the function reduces the 0-60 time of the Hornet R/T by nearly a second, allowing it to hit the magic number in 6.1 seconds

The Exterior colors include Q Ball, 8 Ball, Hot Tamale, Blue Steele, and Acapulco Gold.

The Dodge Hornet GT goes on sale in December, with the plug-in hybrid R/T arriving in Spring 2023. Detailed pricing has not been announced, but the Hornet will start under $30,000.