I have to totally agree with this. Duster92, if people wait, then there is going to be an even less chance to catch up because there will be both the Mustang and the Camaro to deal with. The whole idea of building a car is to sell them. If ChryCo was into selling small volume cars, they should have stuck with DCX since their idea was to make small volume cars to compete with themselves and nothing else. The V6 (most likely a 4.0), would really step up the possibilities. In the charger sedan, since it is a Dodge 4door family car with performance engine options only, any performance enhancements for the 4.0 are next to zero. The only way there are going to be improvements for that engine is through a sporty 2door and not a 4door FWD car. The idea of the Challenger is not to have only top of the line cars for middle-aged babyboomers only, or rich kids or racy executives, it should be for the masses and of volume to be on the streets, not showrooms. I remember the last Thunderbird retro cars. A very nice retro that really did the 55-57 Thunderbirds justice, but they were so expensive they never got off the ground properly, which was/is quite sad given the appearance of that car. I just don't want the new Challenger to be another show car only vehicle which requires the initial "flash and fancy" to "wear off" before anyone is able to purchase one. That reminds me of the demise of the 90s Avenger and Stealth, which was a shame they only lasted two or three years because they were overpriced and underpowered (in some cases) and people didn't buy them. Price the Challenger equal to the charger sedan and then they will sell in good volume, or better, because it is equivalient to what it is equal to monetarily and make the 392 the SRT-8 model, which would fetch more understandably.