As I have been saying, the next generation of Dodge Charger (2021) platform will be based on the new Alfa Romeo Giulia's Giorgio platform. The car will retain it's E-segment classification while the car will be lighter overall. What I have been hearing, is the modified Giorgio platform will yes, be heavily modified and stretched. The new platform will under the upcoming Challenger replacement as well. But the big news is the Dodge boys won't be the only one using that platform. Alfa will be using that platform as well (don't know if it will be for a sedan or SUV) as well as Maserati for the Ghibli and possibly a SUV. It also looks like the 2021 Charger will be a lot lighter. Some sources have said about about 400-500lbs lighter. The car will use more aluminum in certain body panels (the whole car will not be aluminum). But, the Charger will also get a lot of its suspension formed from aluminum as well. Remember, when the LX platform debuted it was a modified E-Class platform sans the aluminum suspension parts for cost savings. However, aluminum has come a long way and FCA is willing to invest. As a refresher, the 2021 is scheduled to debut the next generation Pentastar V6 motors which includes twin turbo version which will replace the 5.7L HEMI. HEMI power will remain, but only in top SRT models. Turbo four power will also more than likely make its debut as well. Many of our reliable sources on here have also mentioned it. The car will remain similar to the size it currently is, however the front and rear overhangs will be a lot shorter. Styling will yes, be taken a huge cue from the 1999 Dodge Charger R/T Concept (especially the C-pillar backwards). The car will be available with RWD/AWD options. I haven't been able to find out from my sources yet, if a manual will be offered. But it is more than likely, since thats probably the biggest complaint from people about the car (that and weight). ZF and FCA are already at work with the next generation of 8-speed automatics especially for the FCA brands. However, I am don't expect anything higher than 8 gears in any of the Charger's lineup. So, what really was the biggest information about this update. Well FCA will invest in a bigger platform for the Charger and are committed to building several vehicles for at least three brands on this bigger platform. Target for weight savings is between 400-500lbs thanks to extensive uses of aluminum. Can't wait to see this car... even if we have to wait till 2020 to see it.