25. Dodge Charger
In 1966, Dodge presented the Charger as a mid-year introduction as the newest model in the muscle car class. They based it on the Chrysler B-Body platform. It shared much of its mechanics with other less interesting Dodge models like the Coronet.
And the Charger also came with fresh new sheet metal and a cool fastback roofline. They completed the design of the 1966 Charger with hideaway headlights and a big chrome grille. The interior was also modern with a cool-looking dashboard and four bucket seats. Owners could fold the rear seats down to create an enormous trunk space. Under the hood, Dodge offered various engines starting with a modest 318 V8 unit. The 383 could produce up to 325 HP, and the best option was the mighty 426 Hemi.