2023 Dodge Hornet Will Offer a GLH Performance Package

With a lowered suspension, an upgraded exhaust, and stripes, the ‘Goes Like Hell’ package will be available through Dodge’s Direct Connection parts program.

Dodge is bringing back the GLH (Goes Like Hell) moniker for the 2023 Hornet crossover.
The name was originally used on the Omni hot hatch from the 1980s.
The GLH package includes a lowered suspension, an upgraded exhaust, and visual add-ons.

Dodge is playing up the sporty angle for the new 2023 Hornet and now says it will offer a GLH package that includes several performance upgrades for the SUV. This name, which stands for “Goes Like Hell,” is an homage to the Omni GLH hot hatchback from the 1980s. The dealer-installed upgrades will be sold through Dodge’s Direct Connection parts program. The car you see pictured here is the Hornet GLH concept and is meant to demonstrate what’s possible if you add all the goodies.

Available for the Hornet GT, which has a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four, the GLH add-ons include a suspension kit that lowers the SUV by more than an inch, an upgraded exhaust, 20-inch wheels, and numerous stripes and GLH logos. Dodge hasn’t yet said how much extra horsepower the exhaust setup will add, but expect a bit more than the standard car’s 265 hp.

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We also don’t yet know pricing for these extras, but Dodge says the GLH upgrades will be “stackable,” meaning you will likely be able to add one, some, or all of these options to your Hornet. We’d guess there will be an all-in price for the GLH package if you want everything. The Direct Connection parts will be covered under the vehicle’s warranty if you have them installed by a designated dealership, which Dodge calls a “Power Broker.” Eventually, Direct Connection will also offer performance parts for the more powerful Hornet R/T plug-in-hybrid model, but we don’t know details on those yet.

We also don’t yet know pricing for these extras, but Dodge says the GLH upgrades will be “stackable,” meaning you will likely be able to add one, some, or all of these options to your Hornet. We’d guess there will be an all-in price for the GLH package if you want everything. The Direct Connection parts will be covered under the vehicle’s warranty if you have them installed by a designated dealership, which Dodge calls a “Power Broker.” Eventually, Direct Connection will also offer performance parts for the more powerful Hornet R/T plug-in-hybrid model, but we don’t know details on those yet.

Look for more info on the GLH upgrades later this year, as the Hornet GT is scheduled to arrive at dealerships in December.

The Dodge Hornet Wants to Be the Hot Hatch of Small Crossovers

A 265 HP turbo four and electronic limited slip differential come standard under $30K, and the PHEV version is even spicier.

Where were you the last time Dodge released a new car? I had barely started college, it was a decade ago. It’s taken Dodge what feels like an eternity to replace the ill-received Dart, so the 2023 Hornet better give Stellantis’ muscle makers a viable entry-level nameplate — for real this time.

Dodge unveiled the Hornet as part of its Speed Week celebrations in Michigan on Tuesday night. The brand considers the Alfa Romeo Tonale-based compact crossover its “gateway muscle” product, which would sound like more of a stretch if we weren’t living through an industry-wide purge of coupes and sedans.

To its credit, the Hornet is clearly aiming to be the spicy one among the myriad small SUVs on offer today. It comes only in two flavors: GT and R/T. Both have all-wheel drive standard, and the base powertrain in the GT is a turbocharged, two-liter four-cylinder producing 265 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque mated to a nine-speed transmission — segment-leading numbers, Dodge is quick to highlight. It’ll supposedly start below $30K.

Meanwhile, the range-topping R/T plug-in hybrid boosts output to 285 HP and 383 lb-ft, combining a 1.3-liter engine with a 90 kW electric motor turning the rear axle, routed through a six-speed auto. It’ll hit 60 mph from a standstill in 6.1 seconds, provided you use the car’s “PowerShot” feature — a temporary 25-HP boost activated by depressing both paddle shifters and the accelerator. The R/T can also travel on battery alone for about 30 miles.

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Power’s only part of the equation here. Every Hornet benefits from fully independent front and rear suspension, dynamic torque vectoring and an electronic limited-slip differential when Sport Mode is active. Brembo four-piston front fixed calipers are standard on the R/T and optional on the GT, while driver-selectable damping is available through the Track Pack option for both trims.

As with the Charger and Challenger, Dodge is pushing factory-backed upgrades hard with the Hornet. To illustrate this, the brand brought a Hornet GLH “concept” to Speed Week, inspired by the Shelby-upgraded Omni GLH of the ’80s.

This one-off has suspension and exhaust upgrades as well as GLH graphics, all of which will be available to consumers. It’s nice that an owner could make their own GLH if they so choose, but it’s disappointing Dodge isn’t simply offering this package straight from the factory. You’d think with all those new special editions coming for the Charger and Challenger’s final run, they’d stock the GLH on dealer lots.

Like it or not, entry-level small crossovers like the Hornet and the Kona N are the modern-day hot hatches. There aren’t very many players in the segment yet though, at least on our side of the pond where we miss out on the Ford Puma ST and Cupra Formentor. It’ll be interesting to see how much muscle Dodge can stuff into a grocery-getter package — at least until we get a true SRT version. That’s something the Dart never had.

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