I think if Dodge wanted to they could build an AWD, but like I said before it would be way too expensive, especially if the drive train needs to withstand 300hp/tq+ (desired range). Also I doubt SRT will put their name on anything that can't exceed the performance numbers the vehicle is being marketed at, they know people will mod it and Mopar can supply the parts (more money). For example an AWD car like a 2005 STI was ~ $30k brand new along with the Evo, now that was almost seven years ago. With inflation you can expect the price of a similar type of vehicle today to rise significantly. Your looking at close to $40K and most people aren't going to pay that much because today even a $30k car is still pricey for that particular buyers market. To be a sucess the car will have to be FWD to cut down on costs and at the same time maintain the same level of reliability/performance that the original SRT4 did, all while being relatively affordable.