2015 Dodge Charger R/T Coupe Rendering Is Your Worst Muscle Car Nightmare

2015 Dodge Charger R/T Coupe Rendering 1 photo
Photo: x-tomi
It’s been years since we learned how to get over the fact that Dodge gave the modern Charger the wrong number of doors. Now, as the wounds had healed and we were all waiting quietly for the carmaker to give us the monstrous Charger SRT Hellcat, a rendering that came out of nowhere to stir the waters once again.
As you can see above, one of the worst things anybody could do to a 2015 Charger was to turn it into a coupe using a... vague roofline and a corresponding greenhouse.

Seeing this is like an automotive nightmare, since that roofline could belong to anything but a symbol of America. From a communist era Skoda to a South Korean coupe, the design would be fitting, but here it just makes us want to run away and hide behind a stock 2015 Charger R/T, which was the starting point for the job.

Admiteldy, the original Charger did raise the bar painfully high in terms of design. Perhaps there are younger viewers here who need a brief explanation on this - we’ve decided to add a pic of a 1968 Charger R/T below so everything is clear.

We never though we’d say this, but we’re glad the contemporary Charger is a sedan. Heck, once that Hellcat V8 oficially hits the engine bay, neither the altered shape, not the extra weight will matter anymore.

Rendering via X-Tomi
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