Dodge has taken a good bit of heat for applying the venerated Charger nameplate to a four-door sedan, but this particular sedan may just have the swagger and cojones to pull it off. Practically every part of this new sedan that you can't see is shared with its LX platform siblings, the Magnum wagon and our car of the year, the Chrysler 300 sedan. On the exterior, only the windshield is shared. And like the 300 and Magnum, this Charger looks better in person than it does in pictures. The headlights sneer just like a Viper's, and along with the chrome cross-hair grille, they appear to lunge forward as if poised to head-butt a docile Camry or Accord out of the fast lane. A steeply raked rear window like that found on its Intrepid predecessor conspires with sloping rear side glass to lend a distinctive coupe-like appearance, while preserving reasonable rear seat headroom. Engine choices range from the Magnum's 3.5-liter V-6 on up through the 6.1-liter SRT8 Hemi V-8. The Daytona Charger package that made its debut at Chicago features a 350-horsepower version of the 5.7 Hemi (induction and exhaust changes added 10 horses). This year, it's available in Go Mango (orange) and Top Banana, with matching "Daytona" stitching embossed in the front seat headrests. Dodge plans to roll out more colors in future years. Click here to view a full photo gallery. Or, click to WATCH the Dodge Charger Video.