Here is something that I hope it will be a real treat for all the Dodge Charger fans, but also, with a potential to make you think about a few things about the new concept Dodge Charger Hellcat and possibly raise a debateā€¦

I firmly believe that we can all agree that along with the Ford Mustang, a very few other cars, like the Chevy Chevelle and the Chevy Camaro, the Dodge Charger is the most important and iconic American muscle car ever. Ever since its beginning in 1964, and every following model year afterwards, it was writing the history of the Detroit muscles, and gave so much joy and pleasure to the muscle car aficionados.

And at the beginning of this century, Dodge treated all of its devoted fans with the new Dodge Charger and Challenger models, called the Hellcat! However, even though they share the new nickname (as well as most of the things under the hood), there is an important difference in the very approach of the design. Whilst the Challenger`s design was largely based on the original car from the 1970, keeping many of its well known lines, the same didn`t happen to the Charger.

Compared with the models from the late 60s, the design of the new car took a pretty different twist, turning it into a four-door sedan, with very little kept from the old model. Many of the fans saw this even as a sacrilege!

One of those guys is the author of the following video that we have prepared for you today, who pretty much shares the same view about the design of the Charger Hellcat, with what I`ve just said. So, even though he bares no hatred towards the current Charger, he decided to make his own concept Dodge Charger design model (more than one) of the Dodge Charger and the Charger Daytona, largely based off the 1969 and 1970 models.

If you ask me, his work is awesome, but you better take a look at the clip yourself, and afterwards, you can share your thoughts about it in the comment section below. And if you want to see and find out something about the new, 2016 Hellcat Charger and Challenger models, click here.