After the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro got fantastic retro versions, the Challenger was next with its iteration of a classic shape. It succeeded, staying on the market for over 10 years with minimal changes. Drawing inspiration from the classic 1970 to 1974 model, the Challenger is one of the most successful retro-futuristic cars ever (via Edmunds).
For this third coming, Chrysler used its LC platform. It was a standard Mopar chassis that can be found on the Charger or Chrysler 300C. In 2015, the Challenger got a restyling and mechanical improvement and moved to LA chassis architecture. The modern-day Challenger was a great success. Its engine lineup started with a V6 but the Hemi V8 was the top dog as the engine everyone wanted.